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New York: St. Martin’s Press, W. Duncan Reekie, 1984.
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Markets, entrepreneurs, and liberty by Reekie, W. Duncan. Are you sure you want to remove Markets, entrepreneurs, and liberty from your list? Markets, entrepreneurs, and liberty. by Reekie, W. Published 1984 by St. Martin's Press in New York. Austrian school of economics. Includes bibliographies and index.
Reekie, W. Duncan Markets, entrepreneurs and liberty. Markets, Entrepreneurs and Liberty. 1. Austrian school of economists I. Title 33. 5'7 HB98 ISBN 0-7108-0216-1 ISBN 0-7108-0252-8 Pbk Typeset in 10 point Times by Photo books (Bristol) Ltd. Printed in Great Britain by Whitstable Litho Lt. Whitstable, Kent. he awarded it only a one page mention, almost as an afterthought, in the Appendix to Chapter 14. The ignorance of English-speaking economists about the Austrians during this period was reinforced by the intellectual victory of Keynes' views.