JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post Daily Dose from Dr. Odd series
I have rather deep well of sublimely different publications, some of which strain the merits of acceptable thought and the boundaries of logic; and some are filled with their own outsider logic, occasionally acting as a Black Hole of interpretation. Some of these publications have incredible titles that obscure some good thinking in its pages; sometimes the title is bland or discerning but hide a text that is anything but that and sometimes nonsensical or outre. And sometimes the works have incredible titles with contents to match. Such is the case with Frank Freemont Frazee's Russians You are Crazy about the Atomic Bomb and Secrecy; Americans, You are Crazy about the Atomic Bomb and Gold Money; Americans you are Crazy about this Bomb for Commercial use also about a Gold Standard Money System. This work is certianly upper-drawer for publications with difficult titles.
And as it turns out, the content does not disappoint, if by "disappoint" we mean "confuse"--I'm still uncertain about what the man was saying in his Fabius, New York publication. But after much talk of god and Henry Ford and bimetalism and fire and "cost and storage" and Moses and barter and "epitomes and repetition with inflation" and the like, it looks like the author presents a monetary system based on anti-atomic-bomb fear and freedom from major enterprises, along with steel dollars, which "would be a sound valuable dollar, because made of enough rust-proof sttel to be worth a hundred cents internally". He terms it "free steel...to be acutally produced competitively new dollars necessarily made of steel", though by "free" he means "competitively produced and accepted by us and our government as money, freely and without limit", which really doesn't have anything to do with "free". And so it goes, on and on.