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Extremely rare hardback copyright 1924 in good-plus condition; stated first edition, January 1924; well preserved withdrawal from university library with usual stamps and stickers; text block and burgundy boards tight and square; front board shows fading to outer edge (see photo); light wear to head of spine; found two instances of underlining of text (see photo); 394 pages BNB-3.
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- My November Guest Books (US)
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- Legal Foundations of Capitalism
- John R. Commons
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- The Macmillan Company
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- institutional economist, Georgist, progressive, labor history, University of Wisconsinâ€“Madison, Oberlin johns Hopkins, collective action, economics Thorstein Veblen, workers compensation, Pittsburgh survey, john fitch, Edwin E. Witte, proportional repre
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- First Edition
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