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The British Railway Position
(1902) by George Paish -
Reprinted from the Statist
The British Budget and Social Reform
by George Paish, pp. 123-137 -
Political Science Quarterly
A Permanent League of Nations
(1918) by George Paish -
The Danger to Europe
by Sir George Paish, pp. 208-211 -
The Living Age
January 24, 1920
The Economics of Reparation
(1921) by George Paish -
Shall We Strangle Germany?
by Sir George Paish, pp. 600-608 -
The Road to Prosperity
(1927) by George Paish
The Way to Recovery
(1931) by George Paish
Making Atheism Pay
Russia's Credit Problem
by Sir George Paish,, pp. 398-399 -
The Living Age
Problems of Peace, Seventh Series
(1933) by G.P. Gooch, George Paish, and William Ra...
The Way Out
(1937) by George Paish
The Political and Economic Problems that Constitute the World Danger
The Defeat of Chaos
(1941) by George Paish
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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