Plant closure, regulation, and liberalism: the limits to liberal public philosophy
University Press of America, 1992 - 185 Seiten
This book is about the problem of plant closure and our failure as a society to formulate an effective solution to the problem.
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The Evolving PublicPrivate Relationship
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