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" 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, selfregulating, and permanent currency, without frequent recoinings, and without danger... "
Joint-metallism: A Plan by which Gold and Silver Together, at Ratios Always ... - 第 40 頁
Anson Phelps Stokes 著 - 1895 - 277 頁
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The Review of Reviews, 第 10 卷

Albert Shaw - 1894
...letters which originally appeared in the New York Time« and Evening Pott, advocate» T> 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 permanent currency, without...
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The American Magazine of Civics, 第 6 卷

Andrew J. Palm, Henry Randall Waite - 1895
...receive further notice hereafter: From GP Putnam's Sons, New York, " 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 permanent currency, without...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, 第 59 卷

1894
...were published in the New York Times, Tribune, World and Evening Post. They present " 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 permanent currency, without...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 第 46 卷

1895
...Questions of the Day series (Putnam, 75 cents). Mr. Stokes describes " joint-metallism "as "a plan by which gold and silver together, at ratios always based on their relative market vnlues, may be made the metallic basis of a sound, honest, self-regulating, and permanent currency,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 第 46 卷

1894
...of the Day series (Putnam, 75 cents). Mr. Stokes describes " joint-metallism " as "a plan by which gold and silver together, at ratios always based on their relative market vulues, may be made the metallic basis of a sound, honest, self-regulating, and permanent currency,...
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