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Title: Jeremy Bentham's Economic Writings, Volume 3...
Book Condition: Good
Book Description George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1954. Hardcover. Book Condition: UsedGood. Hardcover; Volume 3 only; surplus library copy with the usual stampings; reference number taped to dust jacket spine; otherwise in good condition with clean text, tight binding. Dust jacket, light fading, light shelf wear, protected by a Mylar cover. Bookseller Inventory # 14229
Book Description The Royal Economic Society, 1952. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. Three Volume set. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Some spotting to the spines. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. Bookseller Inventory # 23579
Book Description published for the Royal Economic Society by George Allen & Unwin, 1952. 1st edition.. Cloth, dj, F/VG+. 3 volumes, 412pp, 458pp, 602pp, folding chart to volume II, index to the whole in volume III, spines of the dustjackets evenly sunned otherwise a fine set. The complete economic writings of the English philosopher, jurist, and social reformer Jeremy Bentham [ 1748 - 1832 ] taken largely from unpublished MS. Volume I contains his 'Defence of Ursury' & 'Manual of Political Economy' as well as other material written in the period 1878 - 1795. including his endeavour to find a way to fund Government without taxation. Volume II centres on his boldest economic idea - the proposal of a 'circulating anuity' - a government sponsored currency which was both paper money & savings certificate. Volume III contains ideas put to paper after 1801, a period when he began to fell that he was unable to actually influence practice & policy. Bookseller Inventory # 46027