Economic Articles and Correspondence: Academic
This edition contains all Keynes's published writings, including less accessible articles and letters to the press, as well as previously unpublished speeches, government memoranda and minutes, drafts and economic correspondence.
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During the Easter vacation of 1909 Keynes returned to the subject on which
Measurement of General Exchange Value
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