First published in 1896, "Emerson on Sound Money" is the transcript of a speech delivered by Willis G. Emerson to the Young Men's Republican Club at Lockerby Hall Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1896. The speech primarily concerns money and finances, referring to the contemporary political situation and providing suggestions as to how it can be improved. Willis George Emerson (1856 - 1918) was an American lawyer, novelist, politician, and founder of the North American Copper Company and the town of Encampment in Wyoming. His most famous novel is "The Smoky God, or A Voyage Journey to the Inner Earth", presented as a real account penned by the author in 1908 concerning the escapades of a Norwegian sailor named Olaf Jansen who sailed through a hole to the Earth's interior at the North Pole. Other notable works by this author include: "Winning Winds" (1885), "Grey Rocks: A tale of the Middle West" (1894), and "Was It a Crime? 'Coin at School' dissected" (1900). Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.
Generi Lingue e Dizionari » Guide per parlare in pubblico , Politica e Società » Problemi e Processi sociali » Problemi sociali » Povertà e disoccupazione » Senzatetto , Economia Diritto e Lavoro » Finanza e Contabilità » Contabilità » Credito e istituti di credito » Finanza
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