APA Citation

Johnson, W. (1845). Reduction of price and rate of duty: Remarks on the fallacy of the doctrine that, by reduction of price and rate of duty, consumption can be increased in a greater proportion than price is decreased, and so much so as to produce increased revenue. London: E. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Johnson, William. Reduction of Price and Rate of Duty: Remarks On the Fallacy of the Doctrine That, By Reduction of Price and Rate of Duty, Consumption Can Be Increased in a Greater Proportion Than Price Is Decreased, and so Much so As to Produce Increased Revenue. London: E. Wilson, 1845.

MLA Citation

Johnson, William. Reduction of Price and Rate of Duty: Remarks On the Fallacy of the Doctrine That, By Reduction of Price and Rate of Duty, Consumption Can Be Increased in a Greater Proportion Than Price Is Decreased, and so Much so As to Produce Increased Revenue. London: E. Wilson, 1845.

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