DescriptionJohn Maynard Keynes. The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money. London: Macmillan and Co., 1936. First edition. Octavo. xii, 403, [1, blank] pages. Publisher's greenish-blue cloth, in original dust jacket. Board edges rubbed; trace soiling to upper corner of front board. Page edges lightly foxed with some occasional soiling. Bookplate and bookseller's ticket, with brief pencil notation, to front pastedown; endpapers lightly discolored from binders glue with light foxing. Slightly shaken with a couple occurrences of over-opening. Dust jacket spine panel dulled with a series of small dampstains; spine ends worn with light chipping; front joint fold worn with three small holes, each addressed with tape on verso; small splash to front upper corner of front panel; tape residue to verso. Still, a very good copy of one of the most import books on economic theory of the twentieth century.
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