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Fifty Reasons Why the Honorable Henry Clay Should Be Elected President of the Un

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" Mr. Clay was opposed in his arguments, by many distinguished statesmen, who asserted that the encouragement of domestic manufactures would reduce those who engaged in them, in the capacity of operatives, to the wretchedness and degradation of the poor in the manufacturing towns and districts in Great Britain. Mr. Clay very justly maintained the doctrine of producing for ourselves, all those arti- cles necessary for home consumption, and thereby render ourselves, in case of a war, or any other... eme gency, able to close our ports against their trade, and depend altogether on our resources. " A judicious American farmer, " said he, " in the household way, manufactures whatever is requisite in his family. He squanders but little in the gew- gaws of Europe. He presents in epilome, what the nation ought to be in extenso. Their manufac- tures ought to be in the same proportion, and effect the same object in relation to the whole community, which the part of his household em- ployed in domestic manufacturing, bears to the whole family.

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