chapter  X
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SUMMARY

SUMMARY T HE manufacture of currency and the transport of capital are so closely bound up together that some account of the theory of money has been essential. The theory has been dealt with, however, only in outline, as the subject is

subordinate to the main considerations of this book. It may now be summarized, partly in order to give greater unity to the argument, partly in order to bring into prominence those conclusions which bear most closely upon the work done by the market in the transport of capital.