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[Carey, Mathew]:

COMMON SENSE ADDRESSES, TO THE CITIZENS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: PROVING, I. THAT THE RESTRICTIVE SYSTEM IS NOT ABANDONED BY GREAT BRITAIN OR THE CONTINENTAL POWERS...IV. THAT HIGH PROHIBITORY DUTIES, GENERALLY REDUCE PRICES AND IMPROVE QUALITY. V. THAT THE DISTRESS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES PRIMARILY AROSE FROM THE POLICY PURSUED BY THIS GOVERNMENT FROM 1816 TO 1824, FROM THE EFFECTS OF WHICH THEY HAVE NOT RECOVERED. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, SIX APPENDIXES...FOURTH EDITION, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. BY A CITIZEN OF PHILADELPHIA.

Philadelphia: Nov 25,1829 56pp, disbound, lightly foxed. Good+. An attempt by the indefatigable Carey' to make free-trade Southerners see the error of their ways, and to embrace protectionism. He argues that the Southern States' economic distress arises, not from tariffs, but from their absence. AI 38057.


Book Id: 17732

Price: $150.00

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