Arthur Latham Perry

Arthur Latham Perry, circa 1866 Arthur Latham Perry (February 27, 1830 – July 9, 1905), born in Lyme, New Hampshire, was a prominent American economist and advocate of free trade. He graduated from Williams College in 1852 and was Orrin Sage Professor of history and political economy there from 1853 to 1891, when he became professor emeritus.

His book ''Political Economy'' (1865) went through 22 editions during his life, and his ''Introduction to Political Economy'' (1877) went through five editions. His final statement came in 1891 with his ''Principles of Political Economy''. Provided by Wikipedia
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    New York, Scribner, 1866.
    xix, 449 p. 20 cm.
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    New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890.
    372 p.
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    [Omaha, Neb.] : Published by the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture., 1874.
    1 online resource (20 pages)
    LLMC Digital
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