A Living Profit: Studies in the Social History of Canadian Business, 1883-1911

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Title
A Living Profit: Studies in the Social History of Canadian Business, 1883-1911
Abstract
An intellectual history of Canadian business journals and their assessment of commerce at the turn of the twentieth century. The author examines the perspective of Canadian businessmen who thought (according to the journals) that the primary concern of government ought to be the defence of their interests. The author includes chapters on the attitudes of businessmen towards competition and the free market, tariff protection, unions and the workingman's welfare.
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
McClelland and Stewart
Date
1974
Language
en
Citation
Bliss, Michael. A Living Profit: Studies in the Social History of Canadian Business, 1883-1911. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1974.
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