THE POPULAR PRACTICE OF FRAUD by T. Swann Harding

THE POPULAR PRACTICE OF FRAUD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another book for the 100,000,000, Guinea Pigs market (though the author discredits the authors of that best seller and claims that they are inaccurate and have handled their material unscientifically). An expose of popularly advertised products and a defence of the defeated Tugwell bill. The facts are based primarily on research by governmental agencies. Many of the facts and figures parallel those given in Skin Deep and Partners in Plunder. Take your choice. Mine would be for Partners in Plunder as the most popular, this book as the soundest, and most far-reaching in its implications.

Publisher: Longmans, Green