1880 · [Concord, NH?
General James Garfield was the Republicans' 1880 presidential candidate; General Winfield Scott Hancock ran for the Democrats. Garfield's supporters claim here that protective tariffs "favor American labor." Garfield's laudable support for tariffs is contrasted with the views of Hancock and his party. Reduction or elimination of tariffs would "be a movement to equalize wages here with the lowest prevailing in the Old World."
We suggest a New Hampshire imprint because that State's Democratic candidate for Governor, Frank Jones, is pilloried here for opposing protective legislation.
Not located on OCLC, or the online sites of AAS, New Hampshire Historical Society, or Rauner Library as of April 2020. (Inventory #: 36539)