Harrison Panic. He Makes Way With the Cleveland Surplus. Changes the Form of Debt Statement to Show a Balance. Bankrupts the Treasury and Brings on the Panic [caption title].

[Washington, D.C. Democratic Congressional Committee? ca. 1893]. First edition. One leaf, folded to make four pages, 9 x 5-3/4 inches. Stain to the gutter; edges somewhat chipped and worn, with a small flaw causing loss of a few letters (but no loss of sense); a good, sound copy. Item #9585

A pamphlet attacking Harrison's economic policies in indignant detail, evidently published to support Democratic congressional candidates and the policies of Treasury Secretary John Carlisle: "Above every soup house should be erected the sign, 'Harrison Soup House.'" Faint violet ink stamp of the Democratic Congressional Committee at the foot of the first page.

Price: $40.00

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