A national bank is a commercial bank chartered by the federal government rather than by state governments. There are only a small number of national banks, but they are larger than most state-chartered banks. The national banks hold most of the deposits in the banking system.
- National debt: Federal Reserve System's Ponzi scheme of Quantitative easing-Debt monetization-Fiat currency through Money supply-Treasury bills bought mostly by China and Japan
- John Maynard Keynes' liberal Keynesian economics of Barack Obama
- Ludwig von Mises' conservative libertarian Austrian economics and Fiscal conservatism-Conservative economic policies of Ron Paul
- Economic collapse: Inflation, Agflation, Deflation, Stagflation, Hyperinflation, Panic of 1907, Panic of 1893, Panic of 1837
- Stock market crash (Stock market crash of 1929) leading to Bank runs and Great Depression (Economic depression)