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S3 Tooke, Causes and Effects of the National Debt and Paper Monty on Real and Natural Property in the Present State of Civil Society (London, 1795), 2-4. &1 See Drew R. McCoy, "Benjamin Franklin's Vision of a Republican Political Economy for America," William and Mary Quarterly, 25 (1978): 605-28. 85 Place, as quoted in Graham Wallas, The Life ofFrancis Place, 1771-1854 (New York, 1919), 256; and Yorke, Thoughts a Civil Government Addressed to the Disenfranchised Citizens of Shefield (London, 1794), 55-59.
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