1848 · Washington (D.C.)
Rep. Vinton worries about the costs of the War with Mexico (1846-48) and the increase in the U.S. national debt. He points out that the president has drastically underestimated the costs so far and is reluctant to vote for the new loan bill.
Goldsmiths'-Kress 35781. Disbound. Dark stain in center of all pages. (Inventory #: 11723)