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Fr. W. Grunow, 1881 - 320 pages
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Page 16 - ... make the difference between gold and greenbacks. We must restore the Constitution before we can restore the finances, and to do this we must have a President who will execute the will of the people by trampling into dust the usurpations of Congress known as the reconstruction acts.
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