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Silver is in short supply, and the Treasury is running out and begins to fear a run.
So the Treasury tells the New York Times that, what with one thing and another,
there is enough silver for twenty years. Those who listened to the commercial sat
"Now, your Treasury will never willingly devalue the dollar. But they are
committed to supply gold at thirty-five dollars an ounce, and as the speculators
get more and more of the gold and the Treasury has less and less, it's obvious
that one day ...
States Treasury to solve the gold crisis by finding more gold right here." By this
time I have just about had it with the Gnome and his James Bond shenanigans,
but then there are these lingering doubts — the Federal Reserve does have a ...
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