I am planning a mini-unit for my 11th grade economics classes where the students will analyze the arguments for and against central banking. First, could you recommend key primary documents for them to read so they can get a sense of the issues first hand? Secondly, would you recommend sticking to the Hamilton/Jefferson debate, the Fed Debate, the Jackson era debate, or a bit of each? I suppose this is an issue that has been debated on some level since the First National Bank was chartered; however, the majority of the materials I can put my hands on (as a public school teacher) seem to, surprise, consider this a case closed issue, Central Bank or bust! I would like to provide my students with a more well rounded view of central banking, in addition to teaching them how the Fed currently runs the show. Thanks.