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" If we have developed an unexpected capacity for the assimilation of a largely increased volume of the currency, and even if we have demonstrated the usefulness of such an increase, these conditions fall far short of insuring us against disaster if, in... "
The Surgical Operations on President Cleveland in 1893 - 第 26 頁
William Williams Keen 著 - 1917 - 52 頁
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A Short History of the United States

John Spencer Bassett - 1913 - 885 頁
...conditions fall far short of insuring us against disaster if, in the present situation, we enter upon the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage." This lumbering sentence left no doubt of his position, and was quoted far and wide. It won applause...
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A Short History of the United States

John Spencer Bassett - 1913 - 885 頁
...conditions fall far short of insuring us against disaster if, in the present situation, we enter upon the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited and independent silver coinage." This lumbering sentence left n doubt of his position, and was quoted far and wide. It won applause...
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Sixty Years of American Life, Taylor to Roosevelt, 1850 to 1910

Everett Pepperrell Wheeler - 1917 - 489 頁
...conditions fall far short of insuring us against disaster if, in the present situation, we enter upon the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage. Yours very truly, GROVER CLEVELAND. The letter came like a clarion call in those times of doubt and...
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Since the Civil War: By Charles Ramsdell Lingley

Charles Ramsdell Lingley - 1920 - 635 頁
...Allison act; before the election of 1892 he had predicted disaster in case the nation entered upon "the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage"; it was his belief that the distresses under which the country labored were due principally to the Sherman...
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A Student's History of the United States

Edward Channing - 1922 - 689 頁
...discontent. Instead of being non-committal on the matter, he wrote a public letter declaring that " the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage " would " invite the gravest peril." A third party also appeared in the field. It called The People...
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Under Four Administrations: From Cleveland to Taft

Oscar Solomon Straus - 1922 - 456 頁
...reelection. Cleveland, however, accepted the invitation and boldly announced his position regarding "the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited and independent silver coinage." That was too much for the machine men of the party; the note of Cleveland's doom was sounded from one...
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Four Famous New Yorkers: The Political Careers of Cleveland, Platt, Hill and ...

De Alva Stanwood Alexander - 1923 - 488 頁
...stood, and with characteristic boldness he wrote his famous letter of February 10, 1891, condemning " the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited and independent silver coinage." The criticism that followed, especially in the West and on the Pacific Coast, seemed to justify Whitney's...
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A Short History of the United States, 1492-1920

John Spencer Bassett - 1921 - 942 頁
...conditions fall far short of insuring us against disaster if, in the present situation, we enter upon the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage." This lumbering sentence left no doubt of his position, and was quoted far and wide. It won applause...
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Four Famous New Yorkers: The Political Careers of Cleveland, Platt, Hill and ...

De Alva Stanwood Alexander - 1923 - 488 頁
...stood, and with characteristic boldness he wrote his famous letter of February 10, 1891, condemning " the dangerous and reckless experiment of free, unlimited and independent silver coinage." The criticism that followed, especially in the West and on the Pacific Coast, seemed to justify Whitney's...
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The Bookman, 第 21 卷

1905
...scheme for the unlimited coinage of silver at our mints." And in the last sentence of his letter he spoke of "the dangerous and reckless experiment of...free, unlimited, and independent silver coinage."! »February n, 1891. tParker. Writings and Speeches of Graver Cleveland, p. 374 (New York, 1892). These...
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