Chances of Success 1893

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 372 pages
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1893. Episodes and observations in the life of a busy man. During a period so striking and peculiar, a desire to discuss intensely interesting economic topics was natural and profitable. How far at such a supreme moment it is obtrusiveness in a plain businessman to offer the results of his observations, as the author attempts to do in this book, the reader is left to determine. If, in the views found in this book, among much chaff and refuse, a gem of economic truth is found, or the pursuit of economic inquiry is provoked, the book was not written in vain.

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