Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers. Daniel J. Morrell, John A. Kasson, John B. Holmes, James M. Swank.
Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers
Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers
Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers
Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers
Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers

Bound volume of 1865-1901 pamphlets & tracts on TARIFFS, protection, free trade and its effect on American railroads, industries and manufacturers

Hardcover. Tall 8vo, half leather and marbled boards, bookplate of the Cambria Free Library (and their withdrawn stamp), given to them by James M. Swank - Secretary of the American Iron and Steel Association -- and with his blue pencil dating of undated publications; very good, light wear and rubbing to binding. Many are tracts published by the AISA. Includes: Letter from Daniel J. Morrell to the American Iron & Steel Assoc. (1865; Morrell was head of the Cambria Iron Works); Protection to the Home Industry (1878); Kasson's "Free Trade not the International Law of the Almight" (1884); Holmes: Brombeau (1888); Wharton: Shall the Tariff Be Revised by a Commission? (1881); Lord Bateman's Plea for Limited Protection (1878); Proofs of British Influence in American Tariff Legislation (1886); The Industral League to its Constituents (1879?); Elder: "Steel Rails, The Railroads, and the People" (1888); "Speaker Carlisle Denies a Motion to Repeal Tobacco Taxes" (1888); "The Tariff. Speach of Hon. Thos. B. Reed of Maine..." (1888); Kennedy: "Protection and Prices" (1886); Proofs of British Influence in American Tariff Legislation" (1886); Bolles: Has the British Lion Worn Out His Paws?" (1886); Kasson: "Free Trade not the International Law of the Almighty" (1885); "The Industrial League" (1885); "Cheap Transportation, a Fruit of Our Protective Policy" (1883); Swank: "Footprints of the British Lion" (1882); "The Testimony of the Fathers" (1881); Wharton: "Shall the Tariff Be Revised by a Commission?" (1881); The Wearing Qualities of American Steel Rails" (1879); "The Barbarism of Protection" (1881); "Who are Benefited by Protection?" (1880); " The Causes of Our National Prosperity" (1879); Frye: "European Wages" (1888); Kelley: "Reduction of Internal Taxes" (1888); Stebbins: "Farmers and 'Class Legislation'" (1891); Swank: "The American Itron Trade built up by Protective Duties since 1860" (1896); Reciprocity Condemned (1901)' British Efforts to Prevent the Development of American Industries (1892); British Comments on the President's Message (1892); The Duty on Steel Rails" (1892); Wages, Prices and the Cost of Living Under Protection" (1888); Kelley: "A Science Based on Assumptions" (1886); Kennedy: Trusts and the Tariff (1890); "The Great Cleveland Panic of 1893" (1896); Stebbins: "Farm Mortgages" (1890); Allison: "All About Tinplates" (1889); "How Protection Benefits Farmers and Mechanics" (1892); "The Farmers' Discontent" (1892); "Producers and Consumers" (1887); and "Lord Bateman's Plea for Limited Protection..." (1878). 46 separate publications. Very Good. Item #H14900

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