A College Girl on the Wilson Bill: The Brillant Speech of Miss Gail H. Laughlin, of Portland, Me., Before the Agora Society of Wellesley College, Sitting as the United States Senate, Mar. 17, 1894
Home Market Club, 1894 - Free trade - 8 pages
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According to Mulhall AGORA American article average duty bill created bill is lower business depression carries a duty claim consumes the products cost of production creates a deficit Democratic party difference in cost duction eighty cents eighty-four per cent English manufactur excess of profit excessive profits foreign countries free competition free list free trade home market imports increase industry lack of practical Laughter and applause lower the price manu MARCH 17 Massachusetts McKinley bill put measure the difference million dollars MISS GAIL H Miss Laughlin paid in America pay roll plate was selling plause PORTLAND pound practical sense principle production in America protect labor protective tariff act provide revenue put a duty raw material Republican side revenue sufficient Scotland secured the pay specific duties steel rails sufficient to measure tariff prevent tariff reform tariff tinkering tection tin plate twenty cents UNITED STATES SENATE wages WELLESLEY COLLEGE Wilson bill wool wool-grower