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Source-book on restrictive practices in Britain
|Statement||introduced and edited by Graham Hutton ; with a select bibliography by Josselyn Hennessy.|
|Series||Research Monographs / Institute of Economic Affairs -- No.7, Research Monographs -- No.7.|
|Contributions||Hutton, Graham, 1904-1988., Hennessy, Joselyn.|
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