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" Whatever room there may be for an expectation that the industry \of a people, under the direction of private interest, will upon equal terms find out the most beneficial employment for itself, there is none for a reliance that it will struggle against... "
Report on Manufactures: Communication to the House of Representatives Dec. 5 ... - Page 20
by United States. Dept. of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton - 1913 - 62 pages
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Niles Weekly Register, Volume 16

1819
...may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direc'.ion of private interest, will upon equal terms find out the most beneficial...unequal terms, or will of itself surmount all the adventit» barriers to a successful competition which may hi been erected from practice and previous...
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Niles Weekly Register, Volume 16

1819
...there may be for an expectation thatth« industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will upon equal terms find out the most beneficial...struggle against the force of unequal terms, or will of itselfmirmount all the adventitious barriers to a successful competition which may have been erected...
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Addresses of the Philadelphia society for the promotion of national industry

Mathew Carey, Lyman Beecher, Samuel Jackson, Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry - Protectionism - 1820 - 299 pages
...there may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will upon equal terms find out the most beneficial...successful competition, which may have been erected from practice and previous possession of the ground, or by those which may have sprung from positive...
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Debates in Congress

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - Law - 1830
...there may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial...have been erected, either by the advantages naturally acquiretj from practice, previous possession of the ground, or by those which n»y have sprung from...
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Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States...[1790-1828].

United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Architecture - 1828
...may be for an expectation, that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial...adventitious barriers to a successful competition, which may Lave been erected, either by the advantages naturally acquired from practice, and previous possession...
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Debates in Congress

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - Law - 1830
...there may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial...by the advantages naturally acquired from practice, previous possession of the ground, or by those which may have sprung from position, regulations, and...
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Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States ..., Volume 1

United States. Dept. of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1837
...there may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial...erected, either by the advantages naturally acquired from pigclice, and previous possession of the ground, or by those which may have sprung I from positive...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 4

John Church Hamilton - United States - 1879
..."produce the effect, that, although the industry of a people under the direction of private interest will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial employment for itself; yet, that it will not struggle against the force of nncqnnl terms, nor of itself surmount the adventitious...
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history of the republic of the united states of america, as traced in the ...

john c. hamilton - 1864
...produce the effect, that, although the industry of a people under the direction of private interest will, upon equal terms, find out the most beneficial employment for itself; yet, that it will not struggle against the force of unequal terms, nor of itself surmount the adventitious...
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State Papers and Speeches on the Tariff: With an Introduction by F.W. Taussig

Tariff - 1892 - 385 pages
...there may be for an expectation that the industry of a people, under the direction of private interest, will upon equal terms find out the most beneficial...erected either by the advantages naturally acquired by practice and previous possession of the ground, or by those which may have sprung from positive...
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