How Specie Payments May be Resumed within Three Years, without Contraction of the Currency, or Commercial Revulsion.

Philadelphia: Ringwalt & Brown, Steam Power Book and Job Printers, [1866]. First edition. 8vo, later blue wrappers, 10 pages. A little browned, a light old vertical crease; a very good copy. Item #9936

An argument at length from this Detroit resident that export duties on cotton will allow the United States to redeem currency with specie payments; this will also allow for eventual abolition of other duties and ample labor for all, thus bringing social progress in its wake: "Honest industry purifies the life-current of a people, idleness brings in its train, vice, crime and revolution." Sabin 70992.

Price: $75.00

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