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LAND, LABOR AND WEALTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A snip and paste job on the liberal definitions, distinctions and philosophy of land, rent, interest, wages, labor, capital, wealth, credit, profit, tariff, free trade, privilege, cooperation, laissez-faire, intended to clarify concisely the much discussed questions. What is rent, what is interest, wages, capital, monopoly, etc. and why? What are the three factors of production? A primer-handbook for the adult, seeking education in economic terms. The material is drawn from the writings of Henry George, Thorold Rogers, Louis F. Post, Voltaire, H. L. Mencken, Franz Oppenheimer, Albert Jay Nock -- and such secondary sources as The Freeman, The Encyclopedia Britannica, The Century Dictionary.

Pub Date: Jan. 15th, 1942
Publisher: Caxton