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    Liberalism and the Empire: Three Essays (1900) by Francis W. Hirst, Gilbert Murray, and J....
    Imperialism and Finance, the Exploitation of Inferior Races in Ancient and Moder...
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    History of Local Government in England (1903) by Josef Redlich and Francis W. Hirst
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    Adam Smith (1904) by Francis W. Hirst - READ
    1 Review
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    The Arbiter in Council (1906) by Francis W. Hirst - READ
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    Monopolies, Trusts and Kartells (1906) by Francis W. Hirst - READ
    1 Review
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    A Library of Peace & War (1907) by Francis Wrigley Hirst - READ
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    The Credit of Nations (1910) by Francis Wrigley Hirst - READ
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    The National Expenditure of the United Kingdom (1911) by Francis Wrigley Hirst - READ
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    The Stock Exchange (1911) by Francis Wrigley Hirst - READ
    A Short Study of Investment and Speculation
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    The Six Panics and Other Essays (1913) by Francis W. Hirst - READ
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    The Political Economy of War (1915) by F.W. Hirst - READ
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    Economic Programmes after the War by Francis W. Hirst, pp. 243-245 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1917
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    The War Debts by Francis W. Hirst, pp. 137-138 - PDF
    The Nation, January 25, 1919
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    How the War Came by Francis W. Hirst, pp. 221-222 - PDF
    The Living Age, January 24, 1920
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    The Paper Moneys of Europe (1922) by Francis W. Hirst - READ
    Their Moral and Economic Significance
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    Alexander Gordon Cummins Harvey: A Memoir (1925) by Francis Wrigley Hirst
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    From Adam Smith to Philip Snowden (1925) by Francis Wrigley Hirst
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    The Life and Letters of Thomas Jefferson (1925) by Francis W. Hirst
    7 Reviews
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    The Early Life and Letters of John Morley (1927) by Francis W. Hirst
    5 Reviews
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    Birkenhead by Francis W. Hirst, pp. 693-695 - PDF
    The North American Review, December 1930
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    Wall Street and Lombard Street (1931) by Francis Hirst
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    Free Trade or Protection? by Francis W. Hirst, pp. 223-224
    The Nation, September 2, 1931
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    Money: Gold, Silver, and Paper (1933) by Francis W. Hirst
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