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Hard Heads, Soft Hearts: Tough-Minded Economics for a Just Society by  Alan S Blinder - Paperback - F First Paperback Edition - 1988 - from West Side Book Shop, ABAA and

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Hard Heads, Soft Hearts: Tough-Minded Economics for a Just Society

by Blinder, Alan S

Condition: Fine

Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. 1988. F First Paperback Edition. S Trade Paperback. Fine. xi, 236 pp, preface, Introduction: Murphy's Law of Economic Policy, 1. Needed: Hard Heads and Soft Hearts, 2. Striking a Balance Between Unemployment and Inflation, 3. Do We Know How to Manage the National Economy?, 4. Who Will Protect Us From Protectionism?, 5. Cleaning Up The Environment: Sometimes Cheaper is Better, 6. It Can Happen Here: The Improbable Saga of Tax Reform, 7. On Breaking Murphy's Law, notes, index. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Wraps.


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