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Economics as the basis of living ethics
John Gormley Murdoch
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It contains an anthology of essays by well-known journalists, case studies, an innovative exercise section, and instructions for reader codes. Excerpt from Economics as the Basis, of Living Ethics: A Study in Scientific Social Philosophy This book contains the writer's attempt to answer some of the questions which insistently forced themselves upon him.
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