The New Olive Branch, Or, an Attempt to Establish an Identity of Interest Between Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce: and to Prove That a Large Portion of the Manufacturing Industry of This Nation Has Been Sacrificed to Commerce, and That the...
Good. Hardcover. Contemporary paper boards, some loss to spine. 248 p. Clean, unmarked pages. Sabin 10877, Clarkin 777. Mathew Carey's early analysis of Federalist and post-War of 1812 United States trade policy. In this work, Carey argues for trade protectionism to promote nascent American industries. Carey's works contributed significantly to the establishment of the Whig Party.
Good+ 1820 first edition. Black leather spine with paper over board covers. The leather spine have small chips and rubbing The front joint has a split extending about halfway down, but the cover is still held firmly in place. The corners are quite worn and rubbed through. The back joint has a smaller split at the top which is been repaired by archival glue. The text block is square and the pages are tightly bound. The pages are browned and there is heavy foxing throughout the book.; 248 pages.
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