Some Aspects of the Tariff Question

Taussig, Frank William
(1859-1940)
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First Pub. Date
1915
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press
Pub. Date
1915
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1st edition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface
Part I Introductory—Some Principles
I.I Duties, Imports, Prices
I.II Protection to Young Industries
I.III The Principle of Comparative Advantage
Part II Sugar
II.IV Introductory—Louisiana
II.V Hawaii
II.VI Porto Rico, The Phillipines, Cuba
II.VII Beet Sugar
II.VIII Refined Sugar and the Sugar Trust
Part III Iron and Steel
III.IX A Survey of Growth
III.X How Far Growth was Due to Protection
III.XI Copper
III.XII Protection and Combinations. Steel Rails, Tin Plate
III.XIII Imports and Exports—Dumping
Part IV Textiles
IV.XIV The Growth of the American Silk Manufacture
IV.XV The Silk Manufacture, continued. European and American Conditions, Imports and Domestic Production
IV.XVI The Silk Manufacture—Some Conclusions
IV.XVII The Cotton Manufacture. Progress of the Domestic Industry
IV.XVIII The Cotton Manufacture, continued. Contrasts with Other Countries, the Influence of the Tariff
IV.XIX Wool
IV.XX The Woolen Manufacture. The Compensating System, Woolens and Worsteds
IV.XXI The Woolen Manufacture, continued. Characteristics of the American Industry
Footnotes
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