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Page 49 - I believe it is a good deal better to open the mills of the United States to the labor of America than to open the mints of the United States to the silver of the world.
Page vi - ... preferably in pictorial form, and so forcibly, so directly, and so clearly that the picture, were it to appear without lettering or title, would seem nevertheless to speak, in part at least, its own title. The execution of this pictorial idea should be artistic and decorative to the end that it may not offend the eye, and especially that it may attract interest.
Page vi - The execution of this pictorial idea should be artistic and decorative to the end that it may not offend the eye, and especially that it may attract interest. Preferably, the poster should be beautiful, but it may be strikingly odd, broadly humorous, conventional or unconventional, or both, and still make its point, as if indeed its appeal were totally aesthetic.