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Modern Currency Reforms : A History and Discussion of Recent Currency Reforms in India, Porto Rico, Philippine Islands Straits Settlements and Mexico

By Kemmerer, Edwin Walter

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Title: Modern Currency Reforms : A History and Discussion of Recent Currency Reforms in India, Porto Rico, Philippine Islands Straits Settlements and Mexico  
Author: Kemmerer, Edwin Walter
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Language: English
Subject: Currency question -- India, Currency question -- Puerto Rico, Currency question -- Philippines
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1916
Publisher: New York; Macmillan Publishers Ltd.

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1875-1945, K. W. (Ed.). (1916). Modern Currency Reforms : A History and Discussion of Recent Currency Reforms in India, Porto Rico, Philippine Islands Straits Settlements and Mexico. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Currency question -- Mexico ; Currency question -- Straits Settlements

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