Kicking Away the Ladder: An Unofficial History of Capitalism, Especially in Britain and the United States
AbstractIn this fascinating history of economic development, the author shows that, contrary to popular myth, the early development of both Britain and the United States depended on protective tariffs to a significant degree. Why is this history so widely ignored? asks the author.
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