Front Page Titles (by Subject) Some Aspects of the Tariff Question
Frank William Taussig, Some Aspects of the Tariff Question 
Some Aspects of the Tariff Question (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1915).
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Taussig, a professor of economics at Harvard, wrote what has become a classic work on modern trade theory. The book is an elaboration of articles which he wrote for the Quarterly Journal of Economics and other journals in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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- Part I: Introductory—some Principles
- Part I, Chapter I: Duties, Imports, Prices
- Part I, Chapter II: Protection to Young Industries
- Part I, Chapter III: The Principle of Comparative Advantage
- Part II: Sugar
- Part Ii, Chapter IV: Introductory—louisiana
- Part Ii, Chapter V: Hawaii
- Part Ii, Chapter VI: Porto Rico; the Phillipines; Cuba
- Part Ii, Chapter VII: Beet Sugar
- Part Ii, Chapter VIII: Refined Sugar and the Sugar Trust
- Part III: Iron and Steel
- Part Iii, Chapter IX: A Survey of Growth
- Part Iii, Chapter X: How Far Growth Was Due to Protection
- Part Iii, Chapter XI: Copper
- Part Iii, Chapter XII: Protection and Combinations. Steel Rails; Tin Plate
- Part Iii, Chapter XIII: Imports and Exports—dumping
- Part IV: Textiles
- Part Iv, Chapter XIV: The Growth of the American Silk Manufacture
- Part Iv, Chapter XV: The Silk Manufacture, Continued. European and American Conditions; Imports and Domestic Production
- Part Iv, Chapter XVI: The Silk Manufacture—some Conclusions
- Part Iv, Chapter XVII: The Cotton Manufacture. Progress of the Domestic Industry
- Part Iv, Chapter XVIII: The Cotton Manufacture, Continued. Contrasts With Other Countries; the Influence of the Tariff
- Part Iv, Chapter XIX: Wool
- Part Iv, Chapter XX: The Woolen Manufacture. the Compensating System; Woolens and Worsteds
- Part Iv, Chapter XXI: The Woolen Manufacture, (continued). Characteristics of the American Industry