2 edition of Trade depression, recent and present. found in the catalog.
Trade depression, recent and present.
Published for the Cobden club.
|Statement||By Augustus Mongredien ...|
|LC Classifications||HF2045 .M765|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||06012773|
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With all the talk going on about the merits of free trade and the U.S.’s free trade agreements, it might be helpful to look at an example from the past.
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