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Free Trade, Reciprocity and Protectionism : The American Debate, 1890-1914 :  The American Debate, 1890-1914 - Morgen Witzel

Free Trade, Reciprocity and Protectionism : The American Debate, 1890-1914

The American Debate, 1890-1914

By: Morgen Witzel (Editor)

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Who supports free trade over protectionism? A hundred years ago, it was the political right that favored free trade while the left was largely protectionist. This set shows how--despite drastic changes over the years--the basic parameters of this argument remain. The volumes include works by passionate supporters and opponents of protectionism as well as more neutral observations on the merits of each.

Volume 1 [285 pp] David Hall Rice, "Protective Philosophy: A Discussion of the Principles of the American Protection System as Embodied in the McKinley Bill" (1890). Volume 2 [425 pp] Edward Stanwood, "American Tariff Controversies in the Nineteenth Century", vol. 1 (1903). Volume 3 [433 pp] Edward Stanwood, "American Tariff Controversies in the Nineteenth Century", vol. 2 (1903). Volume 4 [271 pp] William McKinley, "The Tariff: A Review of Tariff Legislation of the United States from 1812 to 1896" (1904; published posthumously). Volume 5 [384 pp] Ida M. Tarbell, "The Tariff in Our Times" (1911). Volume 6 [592 pp] J. Lawrence Laughlin and H. Parker Willis, "Reciprocity" (1908).

ISBN: 9781843710769
ISBN-10: 1843710765
Series: History of American Thought
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 2400
Published: December 2003
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8  x 18.0