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An investigation of the invention of 'Free Trade vs Protectionism' debate in the 19th century and a look at the later interpretations of the ideas of Smith and Ricardo, and the classical economists by writers in Britain, Sweden and America.
Book Cover; Title; Contents; Acknowledgements; The invention of a tradition of free trade: an introduction; The heritage from Smith and classical political economy; The invention of a tradition: from the Corn Laws to the fair trade controversy; The historical construction of mercantilism; The American system; The three systems of political economy: a Swedish case of translation; Epilogue; Notes; Select bibliography; Index.
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