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The Delusion Of Low Prices

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
November
Year
1887
Copyright
Public Domain
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Tlipic la Dothlag to foollsh as the habit of seiinr ti pon the prices of a tew articles in :i forelgii country and Insist upon Ootnpirlng them with prices in this country. TiiKe thu world over, and t wlll tic found tbal where prices, .is a general thinr, are lowest the peple are poorest and least cnligliti-ned. 'J'he people who clothe themselves in a breech-clout and grass raat, mul live on wild fruits and insects are l)lesei with low prices, but we dó not thlnk tlipy are to be cnvieil on tliat account. Thrre is no country in the world where tlie working clusscs buy go inucli as do the men and women who labor in ihis country, and at the 18 me time there me none so woll olT, none who are laying up to mach money, all of which lirove llmt tlie mere fct of paylng hiel. er prices for a few artlclet than the same articlcs can le biiujrlit tor in some other country, nnder entlrfly dlflerent clrcumstances, is no barduip to be fought arainst, :ind no jrround for changlng oiir system of poll t leal economy under whicti, it will not be denled, the people and the country at lame have so wonderfully

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News