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  • Is War Necessary for Economic Growth?
  • Jeffrey M. Perl (bio)
Vernon W. Ruttan , Is War Necessary for Economic Growth? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 208 pp.

One is not allowed herein, the editor tells me, to express the white heat of incandescent rage. This Little Review will thus be littler than most.

The maps in Saunders's book are good.

Jeffrey M. Perl

Jeffrey M. Perl, the author of Skepticism and Modern Enmity, The Tradition of Return: The Implicit History of Modern Literature, and monographs on Friedrich Schlegel, Mallarmé, and T. S. Eliot, taught for many years at Columbia University and at the University of Texas and is now professor of English literature at Bar-Ilan University. He is the founder and editor of Common Knowledge.



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