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Free-trade fallacies refuted : in a series of letters to the editor of the Morning Herald / by George Frederick Young
Bib ID 1991438
Format BookBook
Author
Young, George Frederick, 1791-1870
 
Description London : J. Madden, 1852 
47 p. ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Free trade -- Great Britain.  |  Protectionism -- Great Britain.
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