The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 4
It settles the Grandest Problem of Life
It settles the Grandest Problem of Life.
An enlargement of the currency, important as its bearings may be on public finances, is far more important in the tone it will give to morality, through the industry of the people. Employment for idle millions increases vastly the purchasing power of the products of industry, and the activity of labor will soon add from soil and mine—the fountain of all wealth—thousands of millions of real prosperity, far in excess and out-balancing the entire value of the national debt.