This volume publishes a wide variety of documents. Included are
Notes taken by Henry R. Seager in 1890; Robert Hoxie's Introductory
Lecture on the nature of the history of political economy (1916)
coupled with an internet discussion on the history of economic
thought as the history of error (2005); two law school student
papers on John R. Commons' work on law and economics (1926); Edwin
R. A. Seligman's Autobiography (1929); Glenn Johnson's notes on
Frank H. Knight's University of Chicago course on economic theory
(1947) and documents pertaining to Johnson's Michigan State
University course on methodology (1947); and the the conclusion of
notes from Edwin E. Witte's University of Wisconsin course on
government and labor (1955). With such diverse entries that span
over a century of scholarly work, this volume will prove to be a
valuable resource for economics scholars and researchers who are
interested in the past, present and future of econom
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