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The Economic Decline of Modern Britain - the Debate Between Left and Right

by David Coates and John Hillard

Condition: Fine

U. K.: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1986 An excellent copy of this book. No creases to the spine or to the covers. 386 very clean, tight and bright pages. ' As new ' condition. --- This book presents in one volume all the main arguments advanced by politicians to explain the decline of the British economy. Drawing its material from the full spectrum of British politics - from the extreme Right to the extreme Left - it gathers together major explanations of the economy's weaknesses as well as the proposals for its rectification.


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