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James D. Holden believed that the railroads should operate for the good of the public and this pamphlet explains his beliefs. He lived in Emporia, Kansas, and often wrote in support of the Populist cause.

Creator: Holden, James D.
Date: Unknown

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Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - Front CoverFree Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 2Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 3Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 4Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 5Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 6Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 7Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 8Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 9Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 10Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 11Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - 12

Free Freight and Government Railways. A proposition to restore to Society essential rights of which it has been wrongfully divested; and to make men generally the beneficiaries of Government, instead of its victims. - Front Cover

Item Number: 200109
Call Number: K 329.84 P39 Pam. v. 1 no.11
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 200109

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