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H.R. 10280: A Bill to Amend the Act Approved December 23, 1913, Known as the Federal Reserve Act; to Define Certain Policies Toward Which the Powers of the Federal Reserve System Shall Be Directed; to Further Promote the Maintenance of a Stable Gold Standard; to Promote and Maintain, So Far as Such Purpose May Be Accomplished by Monetary and Credit Policy, a Stable Purchasing Power of the Dollar at Approximately the Wholesale Commodity Price Level of the Year 1926 ; to Direct the Governor of the Federal Reserve Board to Make Public Any Change in Its Policies; and for Other Purposes. : 72d Congress, 1st Session, Box 1, Folder 6, Item 3

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H.R. 10280: A Bill to Amend the Act Approved December 23, 1913, Known as the Federal Reserve Act; to Define Certain Policies Toward Which the Powers of the Federal Reserve System Shall Be Directed; to Further Promote the Maintenance of a Stable Gold Standard; to Promote and Maintain, So Far as Such Purpose May Be Accomplished by Monetary and Credit Policy, a Stable Purchasing Power of the Dollar at Approximately the Wholesale Commodity Price Level of the Year 1926 ; to Direct the Governor of the Federal Reserve Board to Make Public Any Change in Its Policies; and for Other Purposes., March 8, 1932. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5305, accessed on May 23, 2022.

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