A Treatise on Political Economy; to which is prefixed a supplement to a preceding work on the understanding, or Elements of Ideology; with an analytical table, and an introduction on the faculty of the will ... Translated from the unpublished French original. [Revised and corrected by Thomas Jefferson.]
Georgetown, D.C., 1817 - 90 pages
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