anonymous
  • anonymous
The bimetallic standard refers to a. the change that occurred in which paper money was integrated with silver coins. b. the federal government’s plan for the type and quantity of the nation’s money supply. c. the currency (gold and silver) used by the United States until 1873. d. a drop in prices on goods based on the currency rate.
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misssunshinexxoxo
  • misssunshinexxoxo
Which do you believe it is?
AG23
  • AG23
i say c

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DEFINITION of 'Bimetallic Standard' A monetary system in which a government recognizes coins composed of gold or silver as legal tender. The bimetallic standard (or bimetallism) backs a unit of currency to a fixed ratio of gold and/or silver.
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C would be the best choise

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