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Erasmus Baker of Sidney, Iowa, wrote this pamphlet about problems of money in the United States and its impact on farmers and laborers. Baker supported Populist ideas about increasing the money supply and doing away with interest payments.

Creator: Baker, Erasmus R.
Date: 1890

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The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - Front CoverThe money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - Inside Front CoverThe money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - Title PageThe money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 2The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 3The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 4The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 5The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 6The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 7The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 8The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 9The money monopoly.  Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - 10

The money monopoly. Scarce and dear money (hard money) making cheap labor, or wage slavery, falling prices business paralysis, and enforced idleness. - Front Cover

Item Number: 208180
Call Number: K 329.84 P39 Pam. v. 5 #26
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 208180

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