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What effect had the greenbacks upon the amount of expenditures incurred?

Readings in Money and BankingChester Arthur Phillips

He was obliged to adopt a descending scale of charges and expenditures to keep pace with his declining circulation—a fatal sign.

It is doubtful if the peak of expenditures will be reached even under present legislation for sonic time yet to come.

Granted that these expenditures are larger—that they are greatly increased; yet what are they increased for?

The money for these expenditures was raised by extraordinary means.

The request only extended to all the expenditures previous to the 1st of January, 1797.

The taxes of the Nation must be reduced now as much as prudence will permit, and expenditures must be reduced accordingly.

Expenditures in every direction must be curbed and the wise disposition of every dollar must be made.

It was a part of the surplus that they had left after defraying their expenditures for capital and labour.

Distributive JusticeJohn A. (John Augustine) Ryan

For balance-of-payments reasons, Japan closely controls its receipts and expenditures of foreign exchange.

East-West Trade TrendsHarold E. Stassen

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