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AMERICAN HISTORY

From the Debates in the British Parliament on the
Colonial Stamp Act (1764-1765) to the Debates
in Congress at the Close of the Taft

Administration (1912–1913)

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EDITED BY

MARION MILLS MILLER, Litt.D. (PRINCETON)

Editor of "The Life and Works of Abraham Lincoln,” etc.

IN FOURTEEN VOLUMES

EACH DEALING WITH A SPECIFIC SUBJECT, AND CONTAINING A SPECIAL INTRODUC-

TION BY A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN STATESMAN OR PUBLICIST

VOLUME TWELVE
REVENUE: THE TARIFF AND TAXATION
With an Introduction by Ida M. TARBELL, L.H.D.

Associate Editor of the American Magazine

CURRENT LITERATURE PUBLISHING COMPANY

NEW YORK

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v.12

COPYRIGHT, 1913, BY
CURRENT LITERATURE PUBLISHING COMPANY

Press of J. J. Little & Ives Co., New York

CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWELVE

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VI. THE TARIFF OF 1833 (Horizontal Reduction)

Debate in the Senate: in favor, HENRY CLAY (Ky.), JOHN

C. CALHOUN (S. C.); opposed, John FORSYTH (Ga.),

DANIEL WEBSTER (Mass.).

VII. THE WALKER TARIFF (Acts of 1846 and 1857)

Debate in the House on Reduction of Duties on Raw Ma-

terials: in favor, NATHANIEL P. DURFEE (R. I.), WILLIAM

W. BOYCE (8. C.); opposed, BENJAMIN STANTON (O.),

JUSTIN S. MORRILL (Vt.).

Debate in the Senate on Horizontal Reduction: varying views

by ROBERT M. T. HUNTER (Va.), JACOB COLLAMER (Vt.),

GEORGE E. Pugh (O.), HENRY WILSON (Mass.), WILLIAM

H. SEWARD (N. Y.), ROBERT TOOMBS (Ga.), ANDREW P.

BUTLER (S. C.).

- VIII. INTERNAL REVENUE

Debate in the House (1862) on Stevens Bill to provide

Internal Revenue: in favor, JUSTIN S. MORRILL (Vt.),

THADDEUS STEVENS (Pa.); opposed, GEORGE H. PENDLE-

TON (O.).

Debate in the Senate: in favor, JAMES F. SIMMONS (R. I.);

opposed, JAMES A. McDOUGALL (Cal.).

Debate in the House (1882) on Kelley Bill to reduce In-

ternal Revenue: in favor, WILLIAM D. KELLEY (Pa.),

ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS (Ga.), GEORGE M. ROBESON

(N. J.); opposed, PHILIP B. THOMPSON (Ky.), ROGER Q.

MILLS (Tex.).

YIX. THE TARIFF OF 1870

Debate in the House: in favor of high tariff, General ROBERT

C. SCHENCK (O.), WILLIAM D. KELLEY (Pa.), HORACE

MAYNARD (Tenn.); opposed, JAMES BROOKS (N. Y.),

WILLIAM B. ALLISON (Ia.), SAMUEL S. MARSHALL (Ia.),

JAMES J. WINANS (O.), General JAMES A. GARFIELD (O.).

Debate in the House (1872) between SAMUEL SHELLABARGER

(0.), Protectionist, and JOB E. STEVENSON (O.), Anti-

Protectionist.

X. A TARIFF FOR REVENUE ONLY (Proposed Wood Bill

)

Debate in the House: in favor, Fernando Wood

Wood (N. y.);

John R. TUCKER (Va.); opposed, WILLIAM MCKINLEY

(0.), WILLIAM D. KELLEY (Pa.), General JAMES A. Gar-

FIELD (O.).

XI. A TARIFF COMMISSION (Act of 1882)

Debate in the House on Kasson Di'l to create a Tariff Com.

mission: varying views by John A. KASSON (Ia.), ED-

WARD K. VALENTINE (Neb.), GEORGE D. TILLMAN (S. C.),

GEORGE D. ROBINSON (Mass.), John G. CARLISLE (Ky.),

ROSWELL G. HORE (Mich.), WILLIAM D. KELLEY (Pa.),

ABRAM S. HEWITT (N. Y.), WILLIAM MCKINLEY (O.),

JAMES A. McKENZIE (Ky.), SAMUEL S. Cox (N. Y.),

John R. TUCKER (Va.), RICHARD W. TOWNSEND (Ill.),

WILLIAM R. MORRISON (Ill.), SAMUEL J. RANDALL (Pa.).

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