The last phase in the transformation of capitalism. by MichaЕ‚ Kalecki

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  • Economic history -- 20th century,
  • Full employment policies,
  • Capitalism

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StatementIntrod. by George R. Feiwel. Pref. by Włodzimierz Brus.
ContributionsFeiwel, George R.
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LC ClassificationsHC54 .K23
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Pagination124 p.
Number of Pages124
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Open LibraryOL4917618M
ISBN 100853451842
LC Control Number76158925

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