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  • White, Thomas F.
    Introduction: Before treating this subject it is desirable to set forth clearly the distinction between tariff, protection, and free trade. Tariff is a schedule of duties or imposts levied on goods as they pass from one ...
  • Skinner, Ben
    Introduction: This subject, although old and threadbare, is almost as far from a satisfactory settlement as it has been anytime during our existence as an independent nation. And just now, when there is so much talk about ...
  • Rudy, Henry Vernon
    Introduction: If the cry be true that we hear coming from the lips of our fellowmen—merchants, farmers, mechanics, and capitalists—it must certainly be true that our lot was cast at an unlucky moment. Hard times, no money, ...
  • Rudy, Andrew Jackson
    Introduction: The whole life of a nation is not covered by its politics and economics. The culture of a nation consists of more than free political institutions and material prosperity. The morality of a community, its ...
  • Westgate, J.M.
    Introduction: Since panics are diseases of our monetary or circulatory system to understand them we must first observe at least the general structure of the giant mechanisms by which the business of the entire civilized ...
  • Moore, Harry Elbridge
    Introduction: In general speculation is the buying or selling of any commodity whatsoever with the idea of gaining by the rise or fall of price, and without the intent or expectation of supplying any want in the community. ...
  • Campbell, Will Ward
    Introduction: It seems almost egotistical to undertake to treat a subject so great as "The Beef Trust". The Courts have wrestled with it, legislators have wrangled over it, volumes have been written about it, the people ...
  • Carnell, Fannie
    Introduction: It is important to understand clearly and exactly what the free coinage of silver under present conditions means. It is the right of anyone to deposit silver at the limited State’s mint and have every 3711/4 ...
  • Chase, W. B.
    Introduction: The land question is essentially a question of the equality of opportunity. Men to possess equality of opportunity must have equal rights to the materials and forces of nature. Land includes all the natural ...
  • Peterson, W.O.
    Introduction: At this time an introduction to a subject of this kind is probably unnecessary. It seems that every American citizen is wide-awake on the money question; yet where one hundred are discussing what our financial ...
  • Brock, Robert James
    Introduction: Standing amid the realities of this present and viewing with watchful eye the national highway on which we have been traveling we see it strewn with the hopes and fears, the joys and sorrows, the struggles ...
  • Frowe, Eugene Leonard
    Introduction: Commerce is the interchange of services or products between persons of different industrial functions, effected either directly or through the intervention of a third party. It is coerced with the dawn of ...
  • Hepworth, L.G.
    Introduction: With the development of modern industry the money question has been a question of constantly increasing importance. Under modern economics conditions money has many new and vastly more important functions to ...
  • Smith, A.C.
    Introduction: In all countries it has been found a necessity to raise money for government expenses by means of a tax on imports. It is found that this indirect tax is by far the most practical method. The duties are ...

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