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EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS RECEIVED BY

THE AUTHOR OF JOINT-METALLISM

Your plan is certainly novel and ingenious."

DAVID A. WELLS. February 24, 1894.

"Much impressed by your argument."

H. C. POTTER.

February 22, 1894.

“I think your statement of the question most admirable and convincing.”

DAVID H. GREER. February 27, 1894.

“I find your views on this important subject very convincing.”

W. T. HARRIS.

April 14, 1894.

United States Commissioner

of Education.

JOINT-METALLISM

A PLAN BY WHICH GOLD AND SILVER TOGETHER, AT

RATIOS ALWAYS BASED ON THEIR RELATIVE MARKET
VALUES, MAY BE MADE THE METALLIC BASIS OF
A SOUND, HONEST, SELF-REGULATING, AND PER-
MANENT CURRENCY, WITHOUT FREQUENT RECOIN-
INGS, AND WITHOUT DANGER OF ONE METAL
DRIVING OUT THE OTHER

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