The letters in this volume continue to cover Ricardo’s correspondence while a member of the House of Commons and provide subtle refinements and elaborations to his political economic thoughts. This volume includes a complete index to volumes 6 through 9, which contain Ricardo’s correspondence. The index is cross-referenced by name and topic. Ricardo’s letters remain a permanent legacy to the development of his many contributions to the political economy and a record of his endearing friendships.
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