Author:John Rae (1796-1872)

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John Rae
(1796–1872)
Scottish-Canadian economist

Works[edit]

1834: Statement of Some New Principles on the Subject of Political Economy, Exposing the Fallacies of the System of Free Trade and of Some Other Doctrines Maintained in the "Wealth of Nations." Boston : Hilliard, Gray, and Co. (external scan); HathiTrust: (external scan). [1][2] In 1905 reprinted as The Sociological Theory of Capital.[3]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. This work is sometimes cited as "New Principles of Political Economy", e.g. in Mill, John Stuart (1845/1871) – Principles of Political Economy, p. 205/6.
  2. transcription.
  3. Review by Isaac A. Loos in Journal of Political Economy, vol. 14, nr. 1 (jan. 1906).

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