[Columbus, 1846. 8pp, caption title [as issued]. Disbound and stitched, printed in double columns. Light wear, but a Very Good copy of this ephemeral item. "Read and hand to your Neighbor," beseeches this attack on Whigs, "American bank nobility," and "heartless and soulless corporations." It asks, rhetorically, "Shall we take from the rights of the great mass of the people to confer special privileges upon a few?" These radical Jacksonians charge Alexander Hamilton with having "set to work to elude the wholesome provisions" of the Constitution by establishing a national Bank. Their hero, Thomas Jefferson, "warned the people of the effects of the Banking system," calling it "more dangerous than Standing Armies." AI 46-2422 . Not in Lomazow, Thomson, Mott, Eberstadt, Decker, Sabin. (Inventory #: 12928)
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