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" Our progress toward a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets. It is a condition which confronts us — not a theory. "
The World's Work - Page 9728
1908
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The Republican Campaign Text-book for 1888

Republican National Committee (U.S.) - Campaign literature - 1888 - 250 pages
...not be improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much < Ķ bandying epithets. It is a condition which confronts...our home productions, but the entire withdrawal of euch advantagee should not be contemplated. The question of free trade is absolutely irrelevant; and...
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Report: to Accompany Bill H.R. 9051, Volumes 1-2

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance - Tariff - 1888
...progress toward a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling upon th» theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets....involve a slight reduction of the advantages which wo award our home productions, but the entire withdrawal of such advantages should not be contemplated....
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Household Guest, Volume 1

1888
...progress toward a wise conelusion will not be improved by dwelling npon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets...condition which confronts us, not a theory. Relief from the condition may involve a slight reduction of the advantage which we award our home productions,...
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What Shall We Do with It?: (meaning the Surplus): Taxation and Revenue Discussed

Grover Cleveland, Watterson - Finance, Public - 1888 - 68 pages
...progress towards a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets....is a condition which confronts us —not a theory. Belief from this condition may involve a slight reduction of the advantages which we award our home...
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The Tariff?: Cartoons and Comments from Puck

American wit and humor - 1888 - 31 pages
...a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling uoon the theories of protection arid free-trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets. It is a condition which confronts us — not a theory." — l*rtsiden? s Message. In 1878 Germany enacted a high tariff, nearly equaling the American system,...
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Protection Echoes from the Capitol

Thomas Hudson McKee - Protectionism - 1888 - 590 pages
...a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling upon theories of protection and free trade. Thin savors too much of bandying epithets. It is a Condition which confronts us, not a theory." \o. OO1.—The President of the United States, in hie last annual message to Congress, told us that—...
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Testimony Taken by the Subcommittee on the Tariff of the Senate Committee on ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance - Tariff - 1888 - 924 pages
...progress toward a wise conclusion will not be Improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets. It is a condition which confronte us — not a theory. Relief from this condition may involve a slight reduction of the advantages...
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The President and His Cabinet: Indicating the Progress of the Government of ...

Charles Benjamin Norton - Cabinet officers - 1888 - 249 pages
...progress toward a wise conclusion will not be improved • by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets. It is a condition \vhichconfrontsus — not a theory. Relief from this condition may involve a. slight reduction of the...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopędia and Register of ..., Volume 13; Volume 28

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1889
...improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of Dandy ing epithets. It is a condition which confronts us —...withdrawal of such advantages should not be contemplated. Tbe question of free trade is absolutely irrelevant ; and the persistent claim, mode in certain quarters,...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopędia and Register of ..., Volume 13; Volume 28

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1889
...progress toward a wise conclusion will not be improved by dwelling upon the theories of protection and free trade. This savors too much of bandying epithets....from this condition may involve a slight reduction of tho advantages which we award our home productions, but tho entire withdrawal of euch advantages should...
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