The wrongs of man exemplified; or, An enquiry into the origin, the cause, and the effect, of superstition, conquest, and exaction, separate and united;
and the injustice they have operated on the condition of man in a state of society ... With an appendix, in which the false doctrine attempted to be established by Malthus, in his essay on population, is refuted; and an attempt made to prove what ought to constitute the leading principles of political economy.
|Main Author:||Manning, William, treasury messenger.|
London, R. Wilks, 1838.
x, 334 p.
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