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DAHLBERG, Arthur. When capital goes on strike.

New York. Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1938. First edition.
8vo. xxii, 218pp. Original publisher's black cloth, lettered in gilt. Boards a little rubbed, spine faded. Contemporary bookplate of former British prime minister Clement Attlee to front pastedown; loosely inserted is the publisher's subscription postcard.
Arthur Dahlberg (1898-1989) was an American economist and inventor, who went on to become president of the U.S. Economics Corporation in 1944. He retired in 1971. He wrote seven books on economics, and invented a self-filling mechanism for a fountain pen, which he sold to the Parker Pen Company in 1931.
£ 250.00 Antiquates Ref: 31817