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4409 -- Federal Reserve won't give me "LAWFUL" money?

Written by Subject: Federal Reserve
The 1792 coinage act defined a dollar as .77 ounces if silver. That is why Morgan dollars where .77 ounces of silver. It has never been repealed to my knowledge.

The older dollars had this printed on the front:
"This note is legal tender for all debts public and private, and is redeemable in lawful money at the United States Treasury, or at any Federal Reserve Bank"

Now they only say:
"This note is legal tender for all debts public and private"

Legal tender does NOT make it "lawful money" A dollar "bill" or reserve "note" is just an elaborate IOU and a legal contract which they do not seem to want to honor.

The FRN is a contract between the people and the Federal Reserve Bank which they seem to be refusing to honor.

We're trying to redeem this $100 note at the Treasury and we will let you know what happens.
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Comment by Ed Price
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You agree under the right to freely contract, and according to the terms of this promissory note, that the debt created hereby is neither public nor private, and shall not be repaid using Federal Reserve Notes, except by amendment to this promissory note, which amendment shall be signed by both the lender and the borrower.

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