A clear account of how the present burden^ of taxation, high prices, and low wages can be changed to individual and national prosperity
THE CURE FOR POVERTY BY JOHN CALVIN BROWN
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"I hope this valuable book will be widely read, for it deals with the two greatest difficulties with which the British People are faced — that of raising revenue for National Defence and Social Reform and that of Industrial Unrest — and points to the only possible road to solution."
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