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Jordan, David Starr

The Fate of Iciodorum Being the Story of a City made Rich by Taxation

Henry Holt and Company, New York. 1909, ix, 111p., calendared paperstock, first edition 7x4.5 inch ribbed blue cloth boards gilt; gilt titling and decorative cover illustration remain quite bright, boards slightly edgeworn, top edge a little dust-soiled, scattered light foxing, a very good copy. Story of an agricultural village that became a lively industrial center; Jordan, something of an enthusiast for eugenics, feels taxation takes money from the inert and provides the active, benefitting all of society. His exemplar village made boots, which became more affordable.

Cat.No: 178082

Price: $15.00

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