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by Thomas W. Handford and Robert G. Ingersoll AINSWORTH SPOFFORD — says Col. [Robert G.] Ingersoll — gives the following facts about interest: “One dollar loaned for one hundred years at six per cent., with the interest collected annually and added to the principal, will amount…
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IN A SORT of distributed Ouija board enterprise, intellectuals these days predict the likely evolution of relations between China and America. These “authorities” do not wallow in consistency. China will take over the world. Alternatively, China will collapse because of a surfeit…
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Rumors abound that new economic ties mark a step toward a new gold standard and abandonment of the US dollar. THE MONETARY REGIMES of China and Russia, two of the world’s most resource-rich nations, are drawing closer with every passing day. In the latest push for convergence, China has established…
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