1846 and All That: The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century

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1846 and All That : The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century. / Sharp, Paul Richard.

Cph. : Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2006.

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Sharp, PR 2006 '1846 and All That: The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century' Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, Cph.

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Sharp, P. R. (2006). 1846 and All That: The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century. Cph.: Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen.

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Sharp PR. 1846 and All That: The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century. Cph.: Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen. 2006.

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Sharp, Paul Richard. / 1846 and All That : The Rise and Fall of British Wheat Protection in the Nineteenth Century. Cph. : Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2006.

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