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Review: Business History and the Buried Treasures of the Theory of Value
Reviewed Works: Northern Enterprise: Five Centuries of Canadian Business by Michael Bliss; In Its Corporate Capacity: The Seminary of Montreal as a Business Institution, 1816-1876 by Brian Young; Monopoly's Moment: The Organization and Regulation of Canadian Utilities, 1830-1930 by Christopher Armstrong, H. V. Nelles
Review by: Jacques Ferland
Labour / Le Travail
Vol. 23 (Spring, 1989), pp. 235-245
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25143144
Page Count: 11
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Labour / Le Travail © 1989 Canadian Committee on Labour History