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Pittman Act

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Pittman Act, April 23, 1918. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5875, accessed on November 30, 2021.

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  • An Act to Conserve the Gold Supply of the United States; to Permit the Settlement in Silver of Trade Balances Adverse to the United States; to Provide Silver for Subsidiary Coinage and for Commercial Use; to Assist Foreign Governments at War with the Enemies of the United States; and for the Above Purpose to Stabilize the Price and Encourage the Production of Silver
  • Public Law 65-139, 65th Congress, S. 4292

40 Stat. 535

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