Bond Act of 1917

Bond Act of 1917

1. See: First Liberty Bond Act of 1917.

2. See: Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917.
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Fed up by the onerous task of repeatedly authorising spending as well as borrowing to meet the deficit, the Congress passed the Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917, requiring the government to only seek periodic authorisation for a debt ceiling.
The form of debt restrictions, structured as amendments to the Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917, evolved into a general debt limit in 1939.
For example, the Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917, which helped finance the United States' entry into World War I, dropped certain limits on the maturity and redemption of bonds.