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The Consequences of Economic Rhetoric - Klamer,Ad, Mcloskey,Dn, Solow,Rm

Bibliographic reference Visker, R.. The Consequences of Economic Rhetoric - Klamer,Ad, Mcloskey,Dn, Solow,Rm. In: Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Vol. 20, no. 4, p. 483-507 (1990)
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