Custis, Vanderveer
November 1911
Quarterly Journal of Economics;Nov11, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p164
Academic Journal
Examines a case of voluntary subscriptions toward municipal expenses in the U.S. Funding of the floating indebtedness; Policy of deficit financing; Loss of revenue from liquor licenses; Method of raising funds by public subscription.


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