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" ... bills of credit by the States, and of the making by them of anything except gold and silver coin a legal tender in payment of debts. However this may be, it is too clear to be reasonably disputed that Congress, under its constitutional powers to lay... "
Ideas for a Science of Good Government: In Addresses, Letters and Articles ... - Page 277
by Peter Cooper - 1883 - 400 pages
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The Money Question: The Wealth and Resources of the United States, and why ...

William Augustus Berkey - Greenbacks - 1878 - 392 pages
...disputed, that Congress, under its constitutional power to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...time has arrived when Congress should exercise this power. * Two plans for effecting this object are suggested. The first contemplates the gradual withdrawal...
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The Science of Money and American Finances: Containing a Philosophy of Money ...

Luther Vanhorn Moulton - Currency question - 1880 - 260 pages
...disputed, that Congress, under the constitutional power to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...arrived when Congress should exercise this authority. On the question of the constitutional law, he said: " If the Secretary has omitted the discussion of...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the ... Legislature of the State of Maine

Maine - Law - 1881
...disputed, that Congress, under the constitutional power to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...arrived when Congress should exercise this authority." I object to the bills on the ground of public policy. It has become the policy of the general government...
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Magazine of Western History, Volume 14

United States - 1891
...disputed that Congress under its constitutional power to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...affects in so many ways the value of coin. "In the judgement of the Secretary, the time has arrived when Congress should exercise this authority. The...
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The Financial History of the United States, from 1861 to 1885: By ..., Volume 3

Albert Sidney Bolles - Finance - 1886 - 585 pages
...that Congress, under its constitutional powers to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...arrived when Congress should exercise this authority." Two plans were proposal by the secretary. The first plan was the gradual withdrawn] from circulation...
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Two Essays in Economics

John Borden - Money - 1890 - 139 pages
...hands of the people. And he thought, Congress under the power to tax, regulate commerce, &c., possessed ample authority to control the credit circulation,...commerce and affects in so many ways the value of coin, and that in his judgment, the time had arrived when Congress should exercise this authority. And he...
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Two Essays in Economics

John Borden - Money - 1890 - 139 pages
...hands of the people. And he thought, Congress under the power to tax, regulate commerce, &c., possessed ample authority to control the credit circulation,...largely into the transactions of commerce and affects in go many ways the value of coin, and that in his judgment, the time had arrived when Congress should...
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Objections: Legal and Practical, to Our National Currency System

Francis Augustus Brooks - Currency question - 1893 - 56 pages
...that Congress, under its Constitutional powers to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...commerce and affects in so many ways the value of coin." We see no force in this reasoning of Mr. Chase, and think it entirely fails to sustain his proposition...
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John Sherman's Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate ..., Volume 1

John Sherman - Currency question - 1895 - 1239 pages
...possesses ample authority to control the credit circulation which enters so largely into the transaction of commerce, and affects in so many ways the value...arrived when Congress should exercise this authority." He described with great force the weakness of the state banking system, and the repeated losses by...
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An Essay on Value: With a Short Account of American Currency

John Borden - Money - 1897 - 232 pages
...reasonably disputed that Congress, under its powers to lay taxes, to regulate commerce, and to regulate the value of coin, possesses ample authority to control...arrived when Congress should exercise this authority. The value of the existing bank-note circulation depends on the laws of thirty-four States and the character...
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