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Economic History Pamphlets: Vol. 39

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The practical results of workingmen's insurance in Germany.
Remarks . to the presidents of subsidiary companies United States steel corporation.
The progress of the woring classes in the last half century.
The Coolidge business boom versus the farmer.
Natural wealth of the land and its conservation.
INDUSTRIAL freedom. I. "The money question" . II. "The railroad problem" . III. "The sub-treasury plan" . IV. "Should the government own the railroads?"
The fixed trust; a statement of underlying principles.
Industrial liberty.
Rapid transit handbook. Fares--Rentals--Taxation, Benefitted property assessments.
National civic federation.
Living with machines.
The PRESENT economic state of Germany.
Letters on the Factory act, as it affects the cotton manufacture.
Industrial Detroit.
What the Democratic party has done for agriculture.
Contents
  • Friedensburg, F. The practical results of workingmen's insurance in Germany . 1911.
  • Gary, E. H. Remarks . to the presidents of subsidiary companies United States steel corporation . 1923.
  • Giffen, Sir R. The progress of the woring classes in the last half century . 1884.
  • Harwood, T. F. The Coolidge business boom versus the farmer . 1928.
  • Hill, J. J. Natural wealth of the land and its conservation. Address delivered . at the conference on the conservation of national resources May 13-15 . 1908.
  • INDUSTRIAL freedom. I. "The money question" . II. "The railroad problem" . III. "The sub-treasury plan" . IV. "Should the government own the railroads?" . 1892.
  • Langmuir, D. The fixed trust; a statement of underlying principles . 1931.
  • Littleton, M. W. Industrial liberty . 1911.
  • Mitten, T. E. Rapid transit handbook. Fares--Rentals--Taxation, Benefitted property assessments . 1922.
  • National civic federation. Meeting in memory of Mr. August Belmont and Samuel Gompers . 1924.
  • Ogburn, W. F. Living with machines . 1933.
  • . The PRESENT economic state of Germany . n.d.
  • Senior, N. W. Letters on the Factory act, as it affects the cotton manufacture . 1837.
  • Smith, A. M. Industrial Detroit . 1930.
  • Smith, E. D. What the Democratic party has done for agriculture. An address . before the Democratic women's luncheon club of Philadelphia . 1923.
Notes
A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets.
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