Speeches, addresses, and letters on industrial and financial questions. To which is added an introduction, together with copious notes and an index.
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Finance -- United States.
Tariff -- United States.
United States -- Economic conditions -- To 1865.
United States -- Politics and government.
xxx, 5-514 p. 23 cm.
Reprint of the 1872 ed.
Protection to American labor.--Trade with British America.--How our war debt can be paid.--The South-its resources and wants.--American industry and finance.--Contraction, the road to bankruptcy, not to resumption.--Internal revenue.--Report of special commissioner of the revenue.--The eight-hour system.--Mr. Wells' report.--Personal explanation.--Farmers, mechanics, and laborers need protection-capital can take care of itself.--The value of an inexportable currency.--Judge Kelley's acceptance of the nomination for Congress, July 2d, 1870.--Letter on the Chinese question, Aug. 22d, 1870.--Centennial celebration and international exposition.--Dominica.--Revenue reform.--The new Northwest.
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