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A New Monetary System the Only Means of Securing the Respective Rights of Labor

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Assumed the obligation to provide a representative of property to the extent required. It has, however, neglected to supply the necessary kind and quantity of money to effect the exchanges essential to the interest and welfare of all civilized communities. Tl. E consequence has been an attempt of the State governments to supply the deficiency by the establishment of banks. The mode of instituting banks has been various, but however instituted, experience has shown their unfitness to fulfil the ...public purposes of their institution, and also their unequalled power as instruments for gathering the earnings of labor tocapital, without any adequate return.
The nature of banks is sometimes said to be similar to that of manufacturing companies. The chief point of resemblance in their constitutions is, that the stockhold- ers, both in manufacturing companies and in banks, are bound only for the amount paid in as capital stock, and are not liable for :mv further debts of the institutions.
THE NATURE OF BANKS.


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