Cover of: Triumph of Conservatism by Gabriel Kolko
An edition of The triumph of conservatism (1963)

Triumph of Conservatism

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An edition of The triumph of conservatism (1963)

Triumph of Conservatism

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Free Press
Language
English
Pages
356

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Triumph of Conservatism
March 1, 1977, Free Press
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March 1, 1977, Free Press
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First Sentence

"NOT MERELY PRESENT-DAY HISTORIANS but also contemporary observers of the growth of big business were virtually unanimous in believing that the concentration of economic power and the growth of "monopoly" and the "trust" was an inevitable result of the modern capitalist and industrial process."

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
356
Dimensions
8.2 x 5.3 x 0.9 inches
Weight
14.7 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL9224752M
ISBN 10
0029166500
ISBN 13
9780029166505
Library Thing
432150
Goodreads
832525

First Sentence

"NOT MERELY PRESENT-DAY HISTORIANS but also contemporary observers of the growth of big business were virtually unanimous in believing that the concentration of economic power and the growth of "monopoly" and the "trust" was an inevitable result of the modern capitalist and industrial process."

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