Protection or Free Trade

Henry George
George, Henry
(1839-1897)
CEE
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Editor/Trans.
First Pub. Date
1886
Publisher/Edition
New York: Doubleday, Page & Co.
Pub. Date
1905
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface
I Introductory.
II Clearing Ground.
III Of Method.
IV Protection as a Universal Need.
V The Protective Unit.
VI Trade.
VII Production and Producers.
VIII Tariffs for Revenue.
IX Tariffs for Protection
X The Encouragement of Industry.
XI The Home Market and Home Trade.
XII Exports and Imports.
XIII Confusions Arising From the use of Money
XIV Do High Wages Necessitate Protection?
XV Of Advantages and Disadvantages as Reasons for Protection.
XVI The Development of Manufactures.
XVII Protection and Producers.
XVIII Effect of Protection on American Industry.
XIX Protection and Wages.
XX The Abolition of Protection.
XXI Inadequacy of the Free Trade Argument.
XXII The Real Weakness of Free Trade.
XXIII The Real Strength of Protection.
XXIV The Paradox.
XXV The Robber That Takes All That is Left.
XXVI True Free Trade.
XXVII The Lion in the Way.
XXVIII Free Trade and Socialism.
XXIX Practical Politics.
XXX Conclusion.
Footnotes
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