That is fascinating. I’m sure the Biddles thought that they could handle international financial relations between Central Banks in Europe and one set up in this country, bank-to-bank, to the mutual benefit of the people of the United States and the Biddles themselves.
Jefferson and Jackson just thought that idea was hubristic and would eventually lead to our ruin and loss of sovereignty. Just a little disagreement among friends. Glad to hear the Biddle descendents were determined to serve the interests of their country as they saw it as Jacksons.