Henry Charles CareyHenry Charles Carey (December 15, 1793 – October 13, 1879) was the leading 19th-century economist of the American School of capitalism, and chief economic adviser to U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.
Carey is best known for the book ''The Harmony of Interests: Agricultural, Manufacturing, and Commercial'' (1851), which denigrates the "British System" of ''laissez faire'' free trade capitalism in comparison to the American System of developmental capitalism, which uses tariff protection and government intervention to encourage production and national self-sufficiency. Provided by Wikipedia
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Manual of social science : being a condensation of the "Principles of social science" of H.C. Carey, LL.D
Correspondence between the Commissioners for Investigating the Affairs of the Joint Companies and a citizen of Burlington
The National Bank Amendment Bill: reprinted from the North American and United States Gazette, April 1866
Letters to the people of New Jersey : on the frauds, extortions, and oppressions of the railroad monopoly
Letters to the people of New Jersey on the frauds, extortions, and oppressions of the railroad monopoly