ECONOMICS FOR THE MILLIONS by Prof. Henry Pratt Fairchild

ECONOMICS FOR THE MILLIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As one of the liberal thinkers in the field of education today, Fairchild of N.Y.U. approaches the economic problem from the point of view of the human reactions of the individual. In simple terms he dissects the motives of man which initiate and maintain economic activity. The classic economist might accuse Fairchild of over simplification, but the layman for whom this primer is intended, will find that he has told how wealth is produced and distributed and how the capitalistic system in its present manifestation, has evolved.

Pub Date: Jan. 29th, 1940
Publisher: Modern Age