A Caveat Against Injustice, written by Roger Sherman
“And MOMS is what spawned my first ‘ride with Tupper,’” says Pat Shannan today, but what began his ride down this ‘lawful money trail’ was his ‘introduction’ to Roger Sherman, who was one of the founding fathers that few ever heard of today. Before Tupper passed away on 3/16/07, he melded his MOMS with the reprint of the Sherman classic A Caveat Against Injustice under one cover, so here we have two classics for the price of one.
The Miracle on Main Street by F. Tupper Saussy is easy to describe. It is simply the best book ever written to help young people and the average citizen understand the pitfalls of America’s fraudulent, 20th century evolvement from the founders’ Lawful Money into the counterfeit of legal tender.
Saussy’s masterpiece sold over 100,000 copies in six printings without (of course) any help from the national media or corporate bookstores. A remarkable feat!
Roger Sherman (1721-1793) of Connecticut signed more of the founding documents than any other man in the 1770’s and 80’s, yet always remained one of the least known in the modern history books. Tupper always maintained the reason for this was that the modern controllers of information simply did not think it a good idea to popularize the man who inserted the protective 17 word in Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution: “No State shall make any Thing but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts.”
Highly respected by his peers, Sherman was “honest as an angel,” according to John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson said he was a man “who never said a foolish thing in his life.”
Miracle on Main Street and A Caveat Against Injustice are both included in INI World Report’s $99.00 Book Special Offer, and is also available separately for $20.00, payable by cash, check or money order. Shipping is included. Send your order to:
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