9 edition of The dynamics of U.S. capitalism: corporate structure, inflation, credit, gold, and the dollar found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Monthly review.|
|Statement||[compiled] by Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff.|
|Series||Modern reader, PB-225|
|Contributions||Magdoff, Harry, joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||HC106.5 .S87|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||79179962|
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These economic writings first appeared in Magdoff and Sweezy's leading socialist journal, Monthly Review. The book jacket claims that ""no other writings in recent years"" can compare with Sweezy's analysis of the developing balance of payments crisis; ""no other brief presentation"" of corporate mergers ""can match the ones in this book,"" which generally exhibits ""clarity, penetration.
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• Notes to Pages University Press, Quotations following are from pp. ,and Investment Demand and U.S. Economic Growth. Henry Samuel Magdoff, was a prominent American socialist commentator. He held several administrative positions in government during the presidency of Franklin D.
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