‘Double Eagle’ Gold Dispute Harkens to Last U.S. Default in 1933Pham-Duy Nguyen
The 10 rare Double Eagle gold coins at the heart of a federal trial in Philadelphia are remnants of the last U.S. government default, almost eight decades before the current stalemate in Congress over raising the debt limit.
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