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K. J. Back's financial system : the emancipation of the human race from its financial bondage : an absolute overthrow of the gold standard with all the evils that it represents, without inflation
Bib ID 775704
Format BookBook
Author
Back, K. J
 
Printer (Croydon, N.S.W. : T.A. Frost, print., [1931])
Description [ii], 45 p. 
Notes

Photocopy.

Subjects Finance.
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