The Climax of Capitalism: United States Economy in the Twentieth Century (Kieler Studien; 231) Paperback – 15 Oct 1990
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From the Back Cover
The Climax of Capitalism is a concise account of a major topic in twentieth-century history, in which Tom Kemp's special gift for making complex issues clear and absorbing to non-specialist readers is richly displayed.
About the Author
Tom Kemp is an emeritus university lecturer and curator of the zoological collections in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford. He was also a tutor in biology for St John's College, where he now holds an emeritus research fellowship. He is the author of "Mammal-Like Reptiles and the Origin of Mammals", "Fossils and Evolution", and "The Origin and Evolution of Mammals".