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" We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, so far as we can forecast them from the experience of the past, a stable ratio might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to were to accept and strictly adhere to bimetallism,... "
Bimetallism - 75 ページ
Andrew Jackson Utley 著 - 1899 - 256 ページ
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1890
...which was signed by the six so-called "gold men " of the Commission. Part II, Sec. 107.—" We thiuk that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in...might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to were to accept and strictly adhere to bimetallism, at the suggested ratio. We think that if in all...

Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1890
...signed by the six so-called "gold men " of the Commission. Fart II, Sec. 107.—" We thiuk that In u ny conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, so far as we can forecast them from the oxperlence of the past, a stable ratio might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to were to...

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 第 51 巻

Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain) - 1888
...would be based " on a ratio between silver and gold approximating to the present market ratio." They think that " in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, so far as " they " can forecast them from the experience of the past, a stable ivtio might be maintained if"...

The New Review, 第 2 巻

1890
...colleagues also the statement seems to me inaccurate. Their language was very guarded. They said, -f " We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated...might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to were to accept and strictly adhere to Bimetallism, at the suggested ratio." I understood this to be...

Silver in Europe

Samuel Dana Horton - 1890 - 290 ページ
...increased, and their difficulty augmented, by a further depression in the value of silver." SEC. 107. "We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated...might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to* were to ac*The United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, and the Latin Uuiou. cept and strictlv adhere...

Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1890
...Report which was signed by the six so-called "gold men " of the Commission. Part II, Sec. 107. — " We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, BO far as we can forecast them from the experience of the past, a stable ratio might be maintained...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1890
...adoption of bimetal271 lism by England, or any other fundamental change in our currency laws. Sec. 107. " We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, MO far as we can forecast them from the experience of the past, a stable ratio might be maintained...

Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1890
...Report which was signed by the six so-called "gold men " of the Commission. Part II, Sec. 107.—" We think that In any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, BO far as we can forecast them from the experience of the past, n stable ratio might be maintained...

The Monetary Question: An Essay which Obtained the Prize Offered by Sir H. M ...

Gidéon Maria Boissevain - 1891 - 151 ページ
...favour of abstaining from all fundamental change in the English monetary system, the following :-— " We think that in any conditions fairly to be contemplated...might be maintained if the nations we have alluded to were to accept and strictly adhere to bimetallism at the suggested ratio. We think that if in all these...

La monnaie et le bimétallisme international

Emile de Laveleye - 1891 - 347 ページ
...think thaï in any conditions fairly to be contemplated in the future, so for as we can forecast Ihem from the experience of the past, a stable ratio might be maintained, if the nations we have alluded to were to accept and strictly adhere to Limetallism at the suggested ratio. We think thaï if in ail...




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