A Study of Exchange Direct and Through the Medium of Currency: Showing the Disaster of the Excessive Multiplication of the World's Currencies and how Recovery Cannot be Secured Except by Way of Redemption, a Sine Qua Non, Though Alone by No Means a Sufficient Measure of Recovery
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