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Man’s Worldly Goods: The Story of the Wealth of Nations


“The most successful attempt to date to humanize the Dismal Science and link the history of man to the history of economic theory.” —The New Yorker

Leo Huberman (1903-1968) was a founding editor of Monthly Review, as well as an author, journalist, pamphleteer, and organizer. He was the chair of the Department of Social Science at New College, Columbia; labor editor of the newspaper PM; Educational Director of the National Maritime Union; and the author of Man’s Wordly Goods and We, The People, in addition to many other books and articles.

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Publication Date: January 1936

Number of Pages: 360

Paperback ISBN: 9780853450702

eBook ISBN: 9781583675304