A Critical Dissertation on the Nature, Measure [i.e. Measures]: And Causes of Value ...
Consists of reprints of 5 pamphlets first published 1821-1826. A critical dissertation on the nature measures, and causes of value, chiefly in reference to the writings of Mr. Ricardo and his followers.--Review of A critical dissertation, sometimes attributed to James Mill.--A letter to a political economist.--Observations on certain verbal disputes in political economy, by S. Bailey.--An inquiry into those principles, respecting the nature of demand and the necessity of consumption.
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