The Boom of 1890 - And Now. A call to Australia to put her house in order lest drought and falling prices for wool and wheat overtake us again. E. O. G. Shann.

The Boom of 1890 - And Now. A call to Australia to put her house in order lest drought and falling prices for wool and wheat overtake us again.

Sydney: Cornstalk, 1927. 2nd ed., octavo, pp.36, closed tear to title-page, orig cloth bds lightly water stained, cnrs bumped, green tape to spine. Good condition. Rare.

Edward Owen Giblin Shann [1884-1935] was an Australian economist, journalist, historian and author.This is Shann's most famous essay in which he predicted the Great Depression. Item #99381

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