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Wealth and Life: Essays on the Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1848-1914

  title={Wealth and Life: Essays on the Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1848-1914},
  author={Donald Winch},
  • D. Winch
  • Published 23 March 2009
  • Economics
Prologue: economists and human beings Part I. Mill's Principles: 1. Sentimental enemies, advanced intellects, and falling profits 2. Wild natural beauty, the religion of humanity, and unearned increments Part II. Three Responses to Mill: 3. 'Poor cretinous wretch': Ruskin's antagonism 4. 'Last man of the ante-Mill period': Walter Bagehot 5. 'As much a matter of heart as head': Jevons's aversion Part III. Free Exchange and Economic Socialism: 6. Louis Mallet and the philosophy of free exchange 7… 
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