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The tables turned, a lecture and dialogue on Adam Smith and the classical economists, 19th January, 1926,

Author: James Bonar
Publisher: London, P.S. King, 1926.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bonar, James, 1852-1941.
Tables turned.
London, P.S. King, 1926
(OCoLC)615592446
Named Person: Adam Smith
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Bonar
OCLC Number: 5453394
Notes: "One of a course of seven lectures in which the London School of economics fitly commemorated the hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Wealth of nations."
Description: vi, 52 p. 19 cm.
Responsibility: by James Bonar.

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