By Charles A. Beard
Brimming with human curiosity, insights, and data each scholar of yank historical past will prize, this quantity — probably the most arguable books of its time — keeps to recommended new perceptions of the excellent legislation of the land.
"A staple for historical past and economics collections." — Library Journal.
"Replete with human curiosity and compact with details of value to each pupil of yankee historical past or of political science." — Annals of the yankee Academy of Political and Social Science.
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An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States by Charles A. Beard