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" Mississippi scheme, projected by Mr. Law. Its paper money, like ours, had dwindled to nothing, and no efforts of the government could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity,... "
The Life of Alexander Hamilton - Seite 248
von John Church Hamilton - 1834
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The Official and Other Papers of the Late Major-General Alexander Hamilton ...

Alexander Hamilton - 1842 - 496 Seiten
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived, that...foundation was good, but the superstructure too vast. The proprietors aimed at unlimited wealth, and the Government itself expected too much ; which was the...
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The works of Alexander Hamilton: containing his correspondence, and ..., Band 1

Alexander Hamilton - 1850
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived, that...foundation was good, but the superstructure too vast. The proprietors aimed at unlimited wealth, and the Government itself expected too much ; which was the...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Correspondence

Alexander Hamilton - 1851
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived, that...foundation was good, but the superstructure too vast. The proprietors aimed at unlimited wealth, and the Government itself expected too much ; which was the...
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History of the republic of the United States of America: as traced ..., Band 1

John Church Hamilton - 1857
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived that...miscarriage of the scheme, and of all the mischiefs that befell the kingdom in consequence. It will be our wisdom to select what is good in this plan, and in...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Band 1

John Church Hamilton - 1857
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived that...miscarriage of the scheme, and of all the mischiefs that befell the kingdom in consequence. It will be our wisdom to select what is good in this plan, and in...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Band 1

John Church Hamilton - 1864
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived that...miscarriage of the scheme, and of all the mischiefs that befell the kingdom in consequence. It will be our wisdom to select what is good in this plan, and in...
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Life of Alexander Hamilton: A History of the Republic of the United ..., Band 1

John Church Hamilton - 1879
...revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law, / who had much more penetration than integrity, readily perceived that...miscarriage of the scheme, and of all the mischiefs that befell the kingdom in consequence. It will be our wisdom to select what is good in this plan, and in...
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Alexander Hamilton

William Graham Sumner - 1890 - 281 Seiten
...more penetration than integrity; " and the reason for crediting him with penetration is that he "saw that no plan could succeed which did not unite the...far, agreed in principle with the Bank of England." l This notion of holding up the government by giving rich men an interest in it is one which has often...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Bände 1-27

Alexander Hamilton, Harold C. Syrett - 1961 - 710 Seiten
...could revive it, because the people had lost all confidence in its ability. Mr. Law who had much more penetration than integrity readily perceived that...foundation was good but the superstructure too vast. The proprietors aimed at unlimited wealth and the government itself expected too much; which was the cause...
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Middle Class Dreams: The Politics and Power of the New American Majority

Stanley B. Greenberg - 1996 - 370 Seiten
...by creating the conditions for commerce and manufacture. Hamilton's purpose was straightforward, to "unite the interest and credit of rich individuals with those of the state."This was top-down economics. Henry Clay's "American system" — based on managing the national...
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