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Free Coinage of Silver
			

                 CHURCH REVIEW.



       THE FREE COINAGE OF SILVER.

  SINGULARLY enough, the silver question, which was
almost entirely ignored, or treated as a subordinate
question, during the Presidential campaign of 1892, has
been the one question that has embarrassed the Cleve-
land Administration and absorbed the attention of the
country since the 4th of March last. Indeed, during
the past three months the question of silver coinage, in
one form or another, has occupied public attention to
the exclusion of all other questions; and this is likely
to be the case, in an aggravated sense, until Congress
assembles and enacts legislation which will remove the
element of disturbance. How much relief can be ex-
pected from a Congress a majority of whose members
are committed to the free coinage of silver, however,
is as much an element of uncertainty as the existing
financial disorders and perplexities which menace the
credit of the Government.
  Because of the confusion into which our financial
legislation has been allowed to lapse during the past
four years, in the effort to placate the advocates of silver
on the one hand and meet the demands of those who
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 10, Num. 1

Free Coinage of Silver

Thomas

Volume:  10
Issue Number:  01
Page Number:  101
Date:  07/1893


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