Catalog Record: The new olive branch, or, An attempt to establish an identity of interest between agriculture, manufactures, and commerce : and to prove that a large portion of the manufacturing industry of this nation has been sacrificed to commerce, and that the commerce has suffered by this policy nearly as much as manufactures | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The new olive branch, or, An attempt to establish an identity of interest between agriculture, manufactures, and commerce : and to prove that a large portion of the manufacturing industry of this nation has been sacrificed to commerce, and that the commerce has suffered by this policy nearly as much as manufactures / by M. Carey.

Main Author: Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : M. Carey & Son, 1820.
Subjects: Protectionism.
Tariff > United States.
Note: "This work may be considered as a second edition, much enlarged and improved, of the Three letters to Mr. Garnett."--Introd.
Physical Description: 248 p. ; 23 cm.
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