Silverite


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Sil´ver`ite


n.1.One who favors the use or establishment of silver as a monetary standard; - so called by those who favor the gold standard.
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As part of the design-build team with Silverite Construction, STV served as the architect- and engineer-of-record, and provided building information modeling (BIM) services.
Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota, an ardent silverite, stated, "I don't care anything about Cuba .
Jim Baraneilo of Silverite Construction Group represented 2900 Westchester Company in the Bloom & Streit lease negotiation, and Larry Ruggieri of Cushman and Wakefield represented RPW Group in the Martin Rosner Eleftherion lease negotiation.
And so, at what is in every sense the moment of truth, Ratliff exposes himself as a hard-money man, a silverite who believes in the inherently valuable nature of certain natural substances.
On foreign policy, the two men agreed, but the "Gold Democrat" Cleveland differed from the Silverite Bryan on the currency issue and refused to support him.
Jim Baranello of Silverite Construction Group represented 2900 Westchester Company in the Bloom & Streit lease negotiation, and Larry Ruggieri of Cushman and Wakefield represented RPW Group in the Martin Rosner Eleftherion deal.
Seeking to raise commodity prices for hard-pressed farmers, the silverite insurgents demanded that the federal government implement an inflationary monetary policy of "free silver.
Yet far from being symptomatic of a "long" or "great" depression, and notwithstanding occasional financial panics and the ululations of greenbackers and silverites, the deflation went hand-in-hand with robust long-term economic growth.
In 1896, Bryan's Democratic-Populist ticket carried the South, and some of the strongest silverites in Congress were from the South, whereas northern support for Bryan and free silver was more moderate.
But the Silverites were the only ones to win the nomination of a major political party.
These seeds of discontent foreshadowed the division between goldbugs and silverites and the Populist fusion with the Democrats in 1896 on a free-silver ticket headed by William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska.