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Bibliography Unpublished dissertations and theses Baily, Nathan A. “Henry Carey’s ‘American System.’” MA thesis, Columbia University, 1941. Boyes, Aaron William. “Canada’s Undecided Future: The Discourse of Unrestricted Reciprocity and Annexation in Quebec, 1887–1893.” MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 2010. Bruwer, A. J. “Protection in South Africa.” PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1923. Carroll, Murray Lee. “Open Door Imperialism in Africa: The United States and the Congo, 1876 to 1892.” PhD diss., The University of Connecticut, 1971. Dube, Paul-Andre. “Crise annexionniste a Quebec, 1848–1850.” MA thesis, Université Laval, 1978. Eiselen, Malcolm Rogers. “The Rise of Pennsylvania Protectionism.” PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1932. Farr, David M. L. “The Imperial Federation League in Canada, 1885–1894.” MA thesis, University of Toronto, 1946. Ferleger, Herbert Ronald. “David A. Wells and the American Revenue System 1865–1870.” PhD diss., Columbia University, 1942. Harris, Katherine Clark. “The Rise and Fall of the Practical Man: Debates over the Teaching of Economics at Harvard, 1871–1908.” BA honors thesis, Harvard University, 2010. Hastings, Paula. “Dreams of a Tropical Canada: Race, Nation, and Canadian Aspirations in the Caribbean Basin, 1883–1919.” PhD diss., Duke University, 2010. Hunsberger, George Ephraim. “The Development of Tariff Policy in the Republican Party.” PhD diss., University of Virginia, 1934. Kaiser, Carl William, Jr. “History of the Academic Protectionist-Free Trade Controversy in America before 1860.” PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1939. Keiser, Thomas J. “The English Press and the American Civil War.” PhD diss., University of Reading, 1971.
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Lundberg, Kenneth V. “Daniel Raymond, Early American Economist.” PhD diss., University of Wisconsin Madison, 1953. Magness, Phillip W. “From Tariffs to the Income Tax: Trade Protection and Revenue in the United States Tax System.” PhD diss., George Mason University, 2009. Makemson, Harlen Eugene. “Images of Scandal: Political Cartooning in the 1884 Presidential Campaign.” PhD diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002. Myles, Jack C. “German Historicism and American Economics: A Study of the Influence of the German Historical School on Economic Thought.” PhD diss., Princeton University, 1956. Pennar, J. “Richard Cobden and Cordell Hull: A Comparative Study of the Commercial Policies of Nineteenth Century England and Contemporary United States.” PhD diss., Princeton University, 1953. Robbins, David Earl, Jr. “The Congressional Career of William Ralls Morrison.” PhD diss., University of Illinois, 1963. Rosmond, James Anthony. “Nelson Aldrich, Theodore Roosevelt and the Tariff: A Study to 1905.” PhD diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1974. Ross, Earl Dudley. “The Liberal Republican Movement.” PhD diss., Cornell University, 1910.
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