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James D., Richard L. Stroup, Russell S. Sobel, David A. Macpherson Gwartney
Co-authors James D Gwartney, Richard L Stroup and Russell S Sobel created Economics: Private and Public Choice in 2012. It was published by Cengage South-Western publishers and this text book is now in its 14th edition, which is the copy you can buy here. We also make it possible for you to rent Economics: Private and Public Choice, so you can choose the most appropriate way to get hold of the title you want. If you can benefit from getting the cheapest prices either way, which method would you choose to get this book on your shelf for your college course?
James D., Richard L. Stroup, Russell S. Sobel, David A. Macpherson Gwartney is the author of 'Economics Private and Public Choice 14e' with ISBN 9781111970215 and ISBN 1111970211.
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