The Protectionist; Devoted to Political Science and Industrial Progress Volume 16, No. 6

The Protectionist; Devoted to Political Science and Industrial Progress Volume 16, No. 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: the reclamation fund, to which additions are constantly being made, guarantees, under the wise administration, great progress in the work of irrigation, and the settlement of the arid region within a few years. The development of trade with the Orient promises to absorb the increased production of cereals in the far West, so as to leave the market conditions on the Atlantic seaboard undisturbed. The settlement of the present unproductive regions will open a new market for the manufactures of the East OTHEE SUBJECTS. Only by unduly extending this letter could I consider all the declarations embraced in the platform of the convention. Further reflection but strengthens my opinion of their wisdom, and I shall give them my earnest support. We are gratified that sectional differences have disappeared, and that a fraternal spirit pervades the people of all sections of our country. We rejoice in a national inheritance which is our common pride. Republican policies are as broad as our country's needs. They are neither sectional nor racial in their generous design. We are inspired with one high purpose, and that is, under divine guidance, to promote peace and good order, virtue and knowledge, justice, patriotism and prosperity among our countrymen, and to increase to the utmost the strength and honor of the great republic. Very respectfully yours, Charles W. Fairbanks. McKINLEY ON TARIFFS. From a Speech in 1890. From 1789 to 1888, a period of ninety-nine years, there have been forty-seven years when a Democratic revenue tariff policy has prevailed, and fifty-two years under the protective policy, and it is a noteworthy fact that the most progressive and prosperous periods of our history in every department of human effort and more

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