Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The New Argument In Economics by Helmut Shoeck

Status: Almost Complete (v.3)


Fix Notes:

Page 10: Footnote 3: Mississippi

“In the space of one hundred and seventy-six years the Lower Missisippi has shortened itself two hundred and forty-two miles.

Page 17: question

This is largely an empirical quesion, and again it is one to which little systematic analysis has been devoted.

Page 102: Footnote 10: discussion

For a more complete dicussion,

Page 103: Footnote 6: Hopkins

Bruce C. Netschert, The Future Supply of Oil and Gas (Baltimore: Johns Hokins Press, 1958).

Page 104: Footnote 22: Publishing

New York: McGraw-Hill Pubishing Co., Inc., 1952

Page 206: with

Of course, if the Secretary of Terpsichore moves down into Southern Michigan and the other forty-nine States, it’s going to cost a pretty penny. But this paper does not deal directly wtih profligacy, only with its aftermath—tyranny.

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