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Consumer economic problems by Roman F. Warmke

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Published by South-Western Pub. Co. in Cincinnati .
Written in English


  • Consumer education,
  • Consumers,
  • Economics

Book details:

Edition Notes

First-3d ed. by H. G. Shields; 4th-7th ed. by William Harmon Wilson.

Statement[by] Roman F. Warmke [and others]
ContributionsWilson, William Harmon, 1905-
LC ClassificationsTX335 .W27 1971
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 665 p.
Number of Pages665
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5078398M
ISBN 100538083204
LC Control Number74139672

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