Progress and poverty. A review of the doctrines of Henry George

Progress and poverty. A review of the doctrines of Henry George

Cambridge (MA): John Wilson, 1882. First edition, thin 8vo, pp. 46; original green cloth lettered in gilt on front cover and spine; light wear to extremities and scattered light smudging and foxing throughout, mostly confined to first 9 pages of text; very good. A staunch protectionist, Dixwell (1815-1885) began writing about political economy in 1875, after a long career in international commerce and diplomacy. This work, his first to appear as a monograph, "contains as complete a statement of Dixwell's economics as can be found anywhere, besides being a noteworthy contemporaneous critique of Progress and Poverty," (Anderson, Critics of Henry George, p. 214). Item #29681

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