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William Peffer authored this pamphlet offering various solutions to the financial problems of farmers. The extensive title, not all of which was listed but which is on the first page of the pamphlet, indicates the subject matter. Peffer was the editor of the Kansas Farmer published in Topeka and he was also a Populist.

Creator: Peffer, William Alfred, 1831-1912
Date: 1890

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The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 1The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 2The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 3The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 4The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 5The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 6The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 7The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 8The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 9The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 10The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 11The way out:  a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 12

The way out: a scheme to establish a perfect financial system; to destory the influence of the money power, and prevent panics; to supply the people with money driect from the government, without the intervention of banks, at one per cent. . . . - 1

Item Number: 208179
Call Number: K 329.84 P39 Pam. v. 5 #25
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 208179

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