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ISBN 9780674428836

Publication Date: 01/01/1940

324 pages


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This work serves the twofold purpose of providing for all students a very realistic survey of the methods of limiting competition, and of providing our neighbor country with a little T.N.E.C. report of its own. Its merit in fulfilling the first purpose is that the factual method employed has been quite manageable in scope because of the smaller size of the economy to which it relates; in the case of the second purpose, the conclusions are clear enough so that even a pseudo-politician should be able to understand their import without undue mental strain.Annals of the American Academy

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