Economic Limits to Modern Politics

Dunn, John, Teichgraeber, Richard F., III

Economic Limits to Modern Politics
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The economic considerations of public policy have assumed a more prominent place in contemporary political thought. This volume attempts to display the historical novelty and intellectual importance of this issue.Dunn, John is the author of 'Economic Limits to Modern Politics' with ISBN 9780521421515 and ISBN 0521421519.

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