London : Pluto Press, with the Transnational Institute, 1992.
Book — xxi, 202 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Pinpoints the dangers to the ordinary people of the West of allowing the debt crisis to continue. It proposes debt relief as a means not only of addressing questions of justice and equity, but also an essential means of addressing problems in the West. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Pinpoints the dangers to the ordinary people of the West of allowing the debt crisis to continue. It proposes debt relief as a means not only of addressing questions of justice and equity, but also an essential means of addressing problems in the West. Environmental resources which we all share, most notably the rain forests, are being cashed in by debtor nations - the pressure to earn foreign exchange promotes illegal drug exports as the best means of survival, immigration from impoverished countries, often illegal, stirs up race hatred and markets for export goods diminish as poor countries fall into a downward spiral of decreasing National income and political instability due to rising unemployment. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Philadelphia : Printed and sold by J. Crukshank ..., 1791.
Book — viii, 504 p. ; 20 cm.
An essay on the danger of too much circulating cash in a state.--An essay on free trade and finance.--A second essay on free trade and finance.--A third essay on free trade and finance.--A fourth essay on free trade and finance.--A fifth essay on free trade and finance.--Strictures on tender-acts.--An essay or humble attempt to examine and state the true interest of Pennsylvania with respect to the paper currency.--An essay on the economy, policy, and resources of the thirteen states, and the means of their preservation.--A dissertation on the nature, authority, and uses of the office of a financier-general.--Remarks on the resolution of council, of the 2d of May, 1781, for raising the exchange to
175 continental dollars for
1 hard.--Strictures on a publication in the Freeman's journal of May 16, 1781, signed Timoleon.--Strictures on two publications in the Freeman's journal of May 30, 1781, signed, Phocion, and Impartial.
Continued.--A dissertation on the political union and Constitution of the thirteen United States.--A sixth essay on free trade and finance.--A seventh essay on free trade and finance.--A plea for poor soldiers.--A review of the principles and arguments of the two foregoing essays.--An essay on the seat of the federal government and the exclusive jurisdiction of Congress over a ten mile district.--Remarks on the address of sixteen members of the Assembly of Pennsylvania to their constituents, dated Sept. 29, 1787.--The weaknesses of Brutus exposed.--An essay on credit.--Strictures on the net produce of the taxes of Great-Britain in the year 1784.--An essay on test-acts imposed with penalties.--An essay on the extent and value of our western unlocated lands.--Scales of depreciation of continental money.--A chronological table of remarkable events.
Nouvelle édition, conforme a celle de l'Imprimerie royal, avec des supplémens et des tables alphabétiques et chronologiques / par Me. Poullin de Viéville ... - A Paris : Chez J. Ch. Desaint ..., 1787-1789.
Book — 5 v. ; 26 cm.
T. 1er. Premiere partie, concernant les droits qui ont lieu dans les Isles Britanniques, les couronnes du Nord, les Etats d'Allemagne, ceux d'Italie, d'Espagne & de Portugal
t. 2d-4e. Seconde partie, impositions et droits en France, t. 1er-t. 3me