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Keynes stressed that the apparent historical success of the gold standard in Britain was due to the development of banking mechanisms offsetting any constraint on credit through the link to gold. s He argued that such gains, as well as fortuitous discoveries of gold, could not be relied on indefinitely: It is not likely that we shall leave permanently the most intimate adjust- ments of our economic organism at the mercy of a lucky prospector, a new chemical process, or a change of ideas in Asia.
He later accorded Marshall a good deal of priority in the development of monetary thought; he outlined Marshall's contributions in his 1924 biographical essay (published as Marshall's obituary in the EJ):2 Since Money was from the early 'seventies onwards one of his favourite topiCS for lectures, his main ideas became known to pupils in a general way, with the result that there grew up in Cambridge an oral tradition, first from Marshall's own lectures and after his retirement from those of Professor Pigou, different from, and (I think it may be claimed) superior to, anything that could be found in books until recently ....
He described a conflict between rival capitalists: 'usurers' who owned wealth and those who advocated and then controlled the power that banking offered. The latter interests were closely allied with, or one and the same as, industrial capitalists. For banking offered the low interest rates that would allow industry to flourish. The development of the credit system takes place as a reaction against usury. (Marx, 1909, p. 704) This violent fight against usury, this demand for the subordination of the interest-bearing under the industrial capital, is but the herald of the organic creations, that establish these prerequisites of capitalist production in the modern banking system, which on the one hand robs usurer's capital of its monopoly by concentrating all fallow money reserves and throwing them on the money-market, and on the other hand limits the monopoly of the precious metals themselves by creating credit-money.