A GOLD RESERVE AND THE CURRENCY
The battle of the gold standard is not limited to one country alone, or even to a single group of countries. It is being waged merrily in many important commercial and industrial quarters. Though it is not always a practical issue calling for immediate attention, it is none the less, quite widely, engaging the thought of bankers and other students of finance. The controversy arises, in the last analysis, because of the desire of men to secure a stable currency.
Bank of England, gold standard, Josiah Stamp, United States, University of British Columbia, Gold, Government, Governments, industrial, Prices, Reserves, Standards, Systems, United States