The Lawyer's Typist
AbstractNora, who was Improving her Mind with a night school course in introductory economics, settled down to do her homework. That week's assignment was the chapter on international trade in the textbook for the course (which the instructor had assured the class was The Very Best, being the seventh edition of Paul Samuelson's Economics: An Introductory Analysis).… She found it difficult to follow, and therefore boring, until her attention was suddenly caught by a passage which seemed to make more sense than the rest.
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