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This is a reprint of the Report of the U.S. Monetary Commission, created by Congress in 1876 to investigate: "First. Into the change which has taken place in the relative value of gold and silver; the causes thereof, whether permanent or otherwise; the effects thereof upon trade, commerce, finance, and the productive interests of the country, and upon the standard of value in this and foreign countries; "Second. Into the policy of the restoration of the double standard in this country; and, if restored, what the legal relation between the two coins, silver and gold, should be; "Third. Into the policy of continuing legal-tender notes concurrently with the metallic standards, and the effects thereof upon the labor, industries, and wealth of the country; and "Fourth. Into the best means for providing for facilitating the resumption of specie payments." The material included in the report, from a wide range of experts, provides a valuable survey of monetary history.
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