Henry Clay Quote

The measure of the wealth of a nation is indicated by the measure of its protection of its industry; the measure of the poverty of a nation is marked by the degree in which it neglects and abandons the care of its own industry, leaving it exposed to the action of foreign powers.


Mr. Clay's Speech on the Tariff (ed. 1827)

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The measure of the wealth of a nation is indicated by the measure of its protection of its industry; the measure of the poverty of a nation is marked ...

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The measure of the wealth of a nation is indicated by the measure of its protection of its industry; the measure of the poverty of a nation is marked ...

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The measure of the wealth of a nation is indicated by the measure of its protection of its industry; the measure of the poverty of a nation is marked ...

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The measure of the wealth of a nation is indicated by the measure of its protection of its industry; the measure of the poverty of a nation is marked ...