[Chicago, 1870. 16pp, stitched, caption title [as issued], double columns, light soil and wear. Good+ or Very Good. Writing from Detroit, Stebbins argues that the protectionist system is responsible for the remarkable growth of American railways, manufactures, and high wages. He dismisses Free Traders as "speculative theorists and learned professors, who knew more of the dead past than the living present." NUC calls this a Detroit imprint, but the notice at the base of page 16 indicates that it was printed by The American Association of Home Industries, and The Bureau, both headquartered in Chicago. FIRST EDITION. Not in Ante-Fire Imprints, Greenly, Eberstadt, Decker. 565 NUC 0881386 . Sabin 91015. (Inventory #: 8714)
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