Celtic Myth: A Treasury of Legends, Art, and History
This volume covers the theoretical method, macroeconomics, microeconomics, international trade and finance, development, and policy of economic theory. It incorporates various alternative approaches as well as a broad spectrum of policy issues.
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The Battle of Moytura
Gods of the Celts
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