$970,000,000 Minus A Second Primer : the Results of a Year of Simple Arithmetic

By: Crowther, Samuel

Price: $20.00

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Book Condition: Very Good-


This is an oversized booklet with cardstock covers and a stapled spine. The booklet is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The booklet covers have some toning and spots of foxing. There is an ink stamped release notice on the front cover. The corners of the book covers have some curling and light bumping. The text pages are clean and bright. There are spots of foxing to the bottom corners of the text pages. "Samuel Crowther (18801947) was a prominent American journalist and writer who is best known for his collaborative writings with Henry Ford and other industrialists. Crowther was born on 14 June 1880 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his father also being Samuel Crowther. He was educated at the Friends Select School in Philadelphia and graduated B. S. (1901) and LL. B. (1904) at the University of Pennsylvania. In college, he won his varsity letters in football and rowing and was a member of the university's crew that distinguished itself in the Henley Regatta. In 1905, his "American Rowing," the first history of the sport in the country, was published. He dedicated his writing career to publishing biographies of famous industrialists and collaborating with some of them to produce works that conveyed their ideas to the public. The most prominent and enduring collaboration was with Henry Ford, the car manufacturer. " (from Wikipedia) The text poses that the United States is letting go of important manufacturing and trade options to foreign companies, which leaves the US in a subbordinate position in relation to other countries.

Title: $970,000,000 Minus A Second Primer : the Results of a Year of Simple Arithmetic

Author Name: Crowther, Samuel

Categories: Economics,

Edition: 1st Edition; 1st Printing

Publisher: New York, Chemical Foundation Incorporated: 1935

Binding: Stapled wraps

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: A40500

Keywords: Economics Samuel Crowther Business Manufacturing Social Issues Government Economics,