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Convictions Opposed to Certain Popular Opinions: The 1903 Anti-Protectionism Letter Supported by 16 British Economists

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Keywords Tariff reform, tariffs, protectionism, free trade, international trade
Volume Number 7
Issue Number 2
File URL Convictions Opposed to Certain Popular Opinions: The 1903 Anti-Protectionism Letter Supported by 16 British Economists
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Publication year 2010

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