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" Reciprocity is the natural outgrowth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established. What we produce beyond our domestic consumption must have a vent abroad. The excess must be relieved through a foreign outlet... "
Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-sixth President of the United States: A Typical ... - Page 409
by Charles Eugene Banks, Le Roy Armstrong - 1901 - 413 pages
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Der Deutsch-amerikanische handelsvertrag und das phantom der amerikanischen ...

Heinrich Dietzel - 1905 - 51 pages
...betrachten dürfen. der ja kurz vor seinem Tode sich zu gunsten von Tarifverträgen aussprach: „What \ve produce beyond our domestic consumption, must have...be relieved through a foreign outlet; and we should seil every where we can, and buy wherever the buying will enlarge our sales and productions, and thereby...
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Twenty Years of the Republic, 1885-1905

Harry Thurston Peck - 1906 - 811 pages
...labour. " Reciprocity is the natural growth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established. What we produce beyond...productions, and thereby make a greater demand for home labour. " The period of exclusiveness is past. The expansion of our trade and commerce is the pressing...
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The Bookman, Volume 23

1906
...labour. "Reciprocity is the natural growth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established. What we produce beyond...productions, and thereby make a greater demand for home labour. "The period of exclusiveness is past. The expansion of our trade and commerce is the pressing...
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909, Volume 6

Benson John Lossing - 1906 - 524 pages
...labor. Reciprocity is the natural outgrowth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established. What we produce beyond...consumption must have a vent abroad. The excess must he relieved through a foreign outlet, and we should sell everywhere we can buy and wherever the buying...
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The Life of William McKinley: Twenty-fifth President of the United States

Jane Elliott Snow - 1908 - 98 pages
...reciprocity — a mutual exchange of commodities between nations. Of this he says: "We should sell wherever we can, and buy wherever the buying will enlarge our...and thereby make a greater demand for home labor. CHAPTER IX Marriage — Domestic Life On January 25, 1871, William McKinley was united in marriage...
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The United States of America: A Pictorial History of the American ..., Volume 5

1908
...labor. Reciprocity is the natural outgrowth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established. What we produce beyond our domestic consumption must have vent abroad. The excess must be relieved through a foreign outlet, and we should sell everywhere we...
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The Worcester Magazine: Devoted to Good Citizenship and Municipal ..., Volume 12

1909
...days and was proclaimed with his latest breath, that "the period of exclusiveness is past," and that we "should sell everywhere we can and buy wherever...the buying will enlarge our sales and productions." The Springfield Republican, commenting upon this utterance, in a vein which seems to us to do scant...
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Story of a Tariff (the Tariff Act of 1909) ...

1910 - 477 pages
...will not Interrupt our home production, we shall extend the outlets for our increasing surplus. ****** What we produce beyond our domestic consumption must have a vent abroad. • * * * * • » If perchance some of our Tariffs are no longer needed for revenue or to encourage...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

1911
...our customers such of their products as we can use without harm to Industry and labor. • • • What we produce beyond our domestic consumption must...buy wherever the buying will enlarge our sales and production, and thereby make a greater demand for home labor. The Republican platform of 5000 contained...
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Our World ...

Josiah Strong - 1913
...everything and buy little or nothing. . . . What we produce beyond our domestic consumption must have vent abroad. The excess must be relieved through a...productions, and thereby make a greater demand for home labour. The period of exclusiveness is past. . . . Commercial wars are unprofitable. . . . Reciprocity...
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