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Protection or Free Trade; An Examination of the Tariff Question with Especial Regard to the Interests of Labor by  Henry George - First ( No Additional printings) - 1886 - from Dave Shoots, Bookseller and Biblio.com

Protection or Free Trade; An Examination of the Tariff Question with Especial Regard to the Interests of Labor

by George, Henry

Condition: Good Plus to Very Good/No Jacket


N.Y.: Henry George & Co., 1886 Original dark blue blindstamped cloth on boards. Henry George (1839-1897) rose from deficient education and struggle as a working sailor to become a publisher of several books on economic theory. The first, Progress and Poverty, became a bestseller. Protection or Free Trade was much later, published posthumously, but still shows the connection to his Single Tax policy promoted in his first book. Previous owner's name. 359 pp.. First ( No Additional printings). Hard Cover. Good Plus to Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.




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