The unseen hand in English history, by Ian D. Colvin.
|Main Author:||Colvin, Ian Duncan, 1877-1938.|
London : "The National Review" office, 1917.
> Economic policy.
Great Britain > Commercial policy.
Great Britain > History.
"It is the purpose of this book to show, by examining a segment of our history [from the reign of Elizabeth to the end of the eighteenth century] that England is most happy when the national interest and the government work together, and least happy when our government is controlled by the unseen hand of the foreigner."--p. x.
xxix, 255 p.
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