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Weighed and not wanting

Author:
Dalrymple, Louis, 1866-1905
Date:
1901-03-13
Description:
A bloated Uncle Sam labeled "Balance of Trade" sits on one side of a scale labeled "Commerce of the World," outweighing the group of nations on the other side of the scale, "Greece, Spain, China, Russia, Mexico, Africa, Germany, France, England, Turkey, Japan, [and] Asia." Caption: Uncle Sam's balance of trade is now the largest favorable balance any nation has ever had in its foreign trade.
Subject:
Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), Scales (Weighing instruments), Commerce, International relations
Partner:
Theodore Roosevelt Center
Rights:
These images are presented through a cooperative effort between the Library of Congress and Dickinson State University. No known restrictions on publication.
Source:
http://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o275821
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