Mr. Hewitt as a Philosopher and Statesman. His Theory of Cheap Raw Materials as a Basis for National Wealth, Power, and Civilization, Examined and Disputed. Henry Carey Baird.

Mr. Hewitt as a Philosopher and Statesman. His Theory of Cheap Raw Materials as a Basis for National Wealth, Power, and Civilization, Examined and Disputed.

Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird & Co., Industrial Publishers, Booksellers and Importers, 1884. First edition. 8vo, self-wrappered pamphlet, 8 pages. Split along the spine and the title-page detached; title a trifle darkened and dust-soiled; a good, sound copy. Item #15005

An uncommon attack on Abram S. Hewitt and his theories of free trade, from the arch-protectionist Henry Carey Baird, suggesting Hewitt's philosophies aim "to sink man to the nethermost hell of misery in company with cheap raw materials!" OCLC notes four locations.

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