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PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 421
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
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National system of political economy, tr. by G.A. Matile, including the ...

Georg Friedrich List - 1856
...could no longer be made, which enable a few of the most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...with any chance of success. The large capitals of thie country are the great instruments of warfare (if the expression may be allowed) against the competing...
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National System of Political Economy

Friedrich List, Stephen Colwell - Economics - 1856 - 437 pages
...could no longer be made, which enable a few of the most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...business before foreign capital can again accumulate to tuch an extent as to be able to establish a competition in prices with any chance of success. The large...
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History of the Rise and Progress of the Iron Trade of the United States from ...

B.F. French - 1858
...could no longer be made which enable a few of the most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...competition in prices with any chance of success. 1827, the trade with that country was based upon the liberal principles of entire reciprocity. In 1828,...
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Letters to the President on the foreign and domestic policy of the Union ...

Henry Charles Carey, United States. President (1857-1861 : Buchanan) - Currency question - 1858 - 171 pages
...could no longer be made which enable a few of the most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...whole trade to step in when prices revive, and to carr) on a great business before foreign capital can again accumulate to such an extent as to be able...
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Letters to the President: on the foreign and domestic policy of the Union ...

Henry Charles Carey - Currency question - 1858 - 171 pages
...could no longer be made which enable a few of the most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...whole trade to step in when prices revive, and to carr) on a great business before foreign capital can again accumulate to such an extent as to be able...
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The Tariff Question: Considered in Regard to the Policy of England and the ...

Erastus Brigham Bigelow - Tariff - 1862 - 242 pages
...could no longer be made which enable л few of tin most wealthy capituláis to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression^ and thus to clear the way for tho whole trade to step in when prices revive, and to carry on a great business before foreign capital...
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National economy: a history of the American protective system: and its ...

Andrew White Young - Protectionism - 1864 - 468 pages
...could no longer be made which enable a few of our most wealthy capitalists to overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus to clear the way for the whok trade to step in when prices revive, and to carry on a great business before foreign capital^can...
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FINANCIAL CRISES : THEIR CAUSES AND EFFECTS

HENRY C. CAREY - 1864
...largely adding to their already enormous fortunes, " before foreign capital can again accumulate to such extent as to be able to establish a competition in prices with any chances of success " ? Can it be to the interest of any country to leave its miners and manufacturers...
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LETTERS TO THE HON. SCHUYLER COLFAX

HENRY C. CAREY - 1865
...means of which " the most wealthy capitalists" of Britain had been enabled to "overwhelm all foreign competition in times of great depression, and thus...the way for the whole trade to step in, when prices revived, and to carry on a great business, before foreign capital could accumulate to such an extent...
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National Economy: A History of the American Protective System, and Its ...

Andrew White Young - Protectionism - 1866 - 468 pages
...all foreign competition in limes of great degression, and thus to clear the way for the whole trark to step in when prices revive, and to carry on a great...any chance of success. The large capitals of this anintry are the great instruments of warfare against the competing capital of foreign countries, and...
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