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Burton W. Folsom Jr.
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Entrepreneurs Vs. the State

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Examines the impact of entrepreneurs on the history of the United States by analyzing the various industries, steamship, railroads, oil, and steel, that were developed in the nineteenth century.
Unknown Binding, 144 pages
Published January 1st 1987 by Young America's Foundation
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Burton W. Folsom, Jr. (born 1947 in Nebraska) is an American historian and author who holds the Charles F. Kline chair in history and management at Hillsdale College and is a senior fellow in economic education for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.
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