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Principes de tout gouvernement, ou examen des causes de la splendeur ou de la foiblesse de tout état.Tome premier (-second)
chez Herissant fils, Paris 1766 - Two volumes in one in small 8vo; LXXX, 213, (1) pp.; (6), 314, (4) pp.; bound in contemporary green vellum, raised bands, gilt lettering-piece to spine, red edges, marbled endpapers, binding a bit soiled, hinges at ends starting to split, title page with small ownership label (Pérille, Advocat à Auxerre), first and last leaves a bit foxed, else clean and crisp, a good copy. Rare first edition. Auxiron was a leading anti-physiocratic figure and an early advocate of mathematical economics. The present work is an important contribution to the population debate of his time because of the brilliant analysis of the determinants of population capacity and population growth. Kress 6314, INED 145, Higgs 3943, Weulersse I, XXV; Spengler pp. 275-281 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher]
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