Monetary Wrongs

Some articles on wrong, wrongs, monetary wrongs:

Behar - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Leviticus Chapter 25 - Leviticus 25:1–34 — A Sabbatical Year For The Land
... you shall not wrong one another.” (Leviticus Rabbah 331.) Similarly, a Midrash concluded that these words of Leviticus 2514 taught that anyone who wrongs a neighbor with words will be punished according to. 335.) In a Baraita, the Rabbis interpreted the words “you shall not wrong one another” in Leviticus 2517 to prohibit verbal wrongs, as Leviticus 2514 had already addressed monetary wrongs ... The Baraita cited as examples of verbal wrongs (1) reminding penitents of their former deeds, (2) reminding converts’ children of their ancestors’ deeds, (3) questioning the propriety of converts’ coming to ...

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    There is no legislation—I care not what it is—tariff, railroads, corporations, or of a general political character, that all equals in importance the putting of our banking and currency system on the sound basis proposed in the National Monetary Commission plan.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)