Earning and Spending
First published in 1951, Earning and Spending was designed to provide young readers with an introductory description of the principles of the British national economy. The study is divided into nine chapters, dealing with topics ranging from population, occupations, and the trade unions, to distribution, money, and external trade. Each chapter ends with a list of recommended subjects for inquiry and discussion, and encourages the application of the book's principles to local conditions. Written in a comprehensible style, and containing numerous maps and diagrams, this volume will be of interest to anyone wishing to understand the structure of the British economy after the Second World War.
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