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Comment: Good+; Hardcover, No Jacket; 1998, Edward Elgar Publishing; Former library copy with standard library markings; Light wear to covers with "straight" edge-corners; Library stamps to endpapers; Text pages clean & unmarked; Good binding with straight spine; Blue cloth covers with title in lettering along spine; 247 pages; "The Political Economy of the New Deal (John Locke)," by Jim F. Couch, et al.
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The Political Economy of the New Deal (John Locke) Hardcover – November, 1998

ISBN-13: 978-1858988993 ISBN-10: 1858988993

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...engaging and provocative...Couch and Shughart's book provides a useful outline of some of the arguments that a public-choice-based view of the New Deal must attempt to make. They present an interesting overview of several agencies and programs, accompanied by quotes and examples that often succeed in giving the reader a feeling of being in the midst of the action. -- Barbara J. Alexander, The Journal of Economic History

This book...represents a watershed in the application of Public Choice analysis to an important episode in recent economic history. -- - Gary M. Anderson, Public Choice

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Jim F. Couch, Associate Professor of Economics, University of North Alabama

William F. Shughart, II, Professor of Economics and holder of the P.M.B. Self, William King Self, and Henry C. Self Free Enterprise Chair, University of Mississippi


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