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" It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued as the source of the Government's income ; and in a readjustment of our tariff the interests of American labor engaged in manufacture should be carefully... "
Great Debates in American History: Revenue: the tariff and taxation - Page 222
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The American Journal of Politics, Volume 4

Political science - 1894
...this taxation. It must be extensively continued as a source of the government's income, and in the readjustment of our tariff the interests of American...carefully considered, as well as the preservation of our manufactures. The question of free trade is absolutely irrelevant, and the persistent claim made in...
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Addresses, Literary, Political, Legal & Miscellaneous, Volume 1

Alexander Kelly McClure - Civilization - 1894
...this taxation. It must be extensively continued as a source of the government's income, and in the readjustment of our tariff the interests of American...carefully considered as well as the preservation of our manufactures. The question of free trade is absolutely irrelevant, and the persistent claim made in...
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A COMPILATION OF THE MESSAGES AND PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENTS 1789-1897

JAMES D. RICHARDSON - 1898
...articles, and thus create a tax upon all our people. It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country' of this taxation. It must be extensively continued...well as the preservation of our manufacturers. It may l>e called protection or by any other name, but relief from the hardships and dangers of our present...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897, Volume 8

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1899
...articles, and thus create a tax upon all our people. It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued...or by any other name, but relief from the hardships aud dangers of our present tariff laws should be devised with especial precaution against imperiling...
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The Life and Times of Nelson Dingley, Jr

Edward Nelson Dingley - 1902 - 519 pages
...and amended." The president however said that "it is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of taxation. It must be extensively continued as the...of our present tariff laws, should be devised with a special precaution against imperiling the existence of our manufacturing interests." This declaration...
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Modern Tariff History: Germany, United States, France

Percy Ashley - France - 1904 - 367 pages
...result of Protection, the President continued: " It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued as the source of the Government-s income ; and in a readjustment of our tariff the interests of American labour engaged...
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The World's Work, Volume 15

American literature - 1908
...of the same class, pay a sum at least approximately equal to this duty to the home manufacturer. " It is not proposed to relieve the country entirely...of our present tariff laws should be devised with the specialprecaution against imperiling the existence of our manufacturing interests. But this existence...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - United States - 1915 - 594 pages
...which the duty adds to the imported articles. . . . It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued...carefully considered, as well as the preservation of our manufactures. . . . But this existence should not mean a condition which, without regard to the public...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - United States - 1915 - 594 pages
...which the duty adds to the imported articles, . . . It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued...carefully considered, as well as the preservation of our manufactures. . . . But this existence should not mean a condition which, without regard to the public...
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Life of Walter Quintin Gresham, 1832-1895, Volume 2

Matilda Gresham - Judges - 1919 - 875 pages
...relieve the country of this taxation. It must be extensively continued as the source of the government income; and in a readjustment of our tariff the interests...of our present tariff laws should be devised, with special precaution against imperiling the existence of our manufacturing interests. But this existence...
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