An Examination of the Tariff Question With Special Regard to the Interests of Labor
Trade is as natural as speech. So is it surprising that trade barriers lead to stifling regulation, law evasion, inflation, depression, and even war? Henry George goes beyond deceptive slogans and recurring controversies to show how the holders of land and other privileges are the ultimate beneficiaries of trade protection.
This abridged edition of the original 1886 version contains a publisher's foreword by Mark Sullivan and an afterword by Adele Wick.
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