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Vethake, Henry:

AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL ECONOMY.

Nicklin 7 Johnson, Law Booksellers, Philadelphia: 1838 pp xvi, [13]-415. Scattered heavy tanning, modern cloth. Good to Good+. Vethake "was opposed to practically every form of governmental interference in economic life...One of the earliest in a long line of scholars proficient in the mathematical and natural sciences who expounded political economy, he appreciated the limitations and at the same time the difficulties of social studies. By the time he published [this book] he had broadened his concept of wealth to include services, and that of capital to embrace knowledge and skills." DAB. He opposed trade unions, maximum hour legislation [except for children], and other deviations from laissez faire. FIRST EDITION. XIX DAB 262. AI 53450 [5]. Sabin 99393n. Not in Eberstadt, Decker.


Book Id: 11356

Price: $350.00

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