Comment: Gold was outlawed. Then gold jumped! Freed! In 1980, hit $850!

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Gold was outlawed. Then gold jumped! Freed! In 1980, hit $850!

When Americans regained the right to own gold bullion on December 31, 1974, CMIGS became one of the first dealers in country to recommend buying gold. The following year, gold averaged $160 and in 1980 hit $850.

First is a relative term.

    [Mark Twain] Sam Clemens felt guilty about slavery because it deprived others of what he himself valued above all things, freedom. Because it was his lot in life to have been complicit, though quite against his best human instincts, in the subjection of black people to conditions that he came in time to regard as morally indefensible. To have looked the other way in the face of the iniquity of slavery was the unpardonable sin for which Clemens never forgave himself

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