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free silver

n.
The free coinage of silver, especially at a fixed ratio to gold, advocated in the late 1800s to increase the demand for silver and to counteract inflation in the currency.

free silver

n
the unlimited minting of silver coins, esp when at a fixed ratio to gold
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Nearer in time was William Jennings Bryan, a fiery populist from Nebraska and leader of the campaign for "free silver.'' His campaign to make silver, at a ratio of 16-to-1 to gold, a legal basis for the U.S.
Political support for free silver had grown markedly since the admission of six new western states to the union, all of which supported the silver interests (one of the six states, Montana, produced nearly 30 percent of the nation's total silver in 1890 (U.S.
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