government for a protective tariff
against imported steel.
The traditional Whig program of economic modernization called for a protective tariff
, but only under the assumption of a national market that spanned a continent.
When the Republicans regained control in 1896, they reintroduced the tariff on woolen imports and moderately raised protective tariff
However, with the decline of racial segregation--particularly after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964--the protective tariff
for Black-owned businesses eroded rapidly.
And the DTI, like a mother spoiling her crybaby son, imposed a protective tariff
on cement imports despite the fact that there was a construction boom in the Philippines and there was a big demand for cement.
But 1888 came closest to being a two-party contest, and at the heart of it was an issue into which later generations have struggled to breathe life: the level at which the protective tariff
should be set.
As a result of currency fluctuations and the protective tariff
structure, imported consumer goods are priced beyond reach of the average Nigerian family.
Increasing pressure to lower protective tariff
barriers will give imported goods easier access to the Japanese market.
He is also wrong in his sneering comment that I supposedly have no knowledge that Calhoun advocated the protective tariff
An examination of our industrial background reveals that high rates of duties and sales tax on machinery and plant ranging from 70 per cent to 100 per cent mark up rate of 14 percent in good old days and now between 20 per cent to 25 percent compelled our industrialists to go for substandard plants, which were commercially viable mainly because of protective tariff
Grant provides clear discussions of those issues, though his financial expert's aversion to the protective tariff
makes it hard for him to grasp the importance of the tariff to Reed and other Gilded Age Republicans.
Thus, rehashing Blaine's supposed profiteering from shady dealings with friendly capitalists could augment the Democrats' argument that Republican programs of business subsidies and a protective tariff
ministered to the rich at the poor's expense.