The Great Crash 1929 - John Kenneth Galbraith 1955 - Hamish Hamilton, London - First English Editoin The most famous and celebrated account of the 1929 Wall Street Crash, by the economist and polymath who worked under five presidents, taught at Harvard and Princeton, wrote thirty books and was one of the chief proponents of American liberalism after the war. [Dennistoun]

Galbraith ‘claims that only the misfortune awaits those who believe they can see the future, as 1929 plainly showed’ [Zerden]
  Recommended by Marc Faber and waved about by Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

Reference: Dennistoun 145. Zerden 67. Schultz & Coslow,
Treasury of Wall Street Wisdom.
pp. 186 [2]. Dust jacket with price 12s 6d net to front flap.
  Condition: Near fine, owners name stamped to front free endpaper, slight dulling to lettering on spine, in near fine dust jacket, with toning to spine.   Ref: 107216   Price: HK$ 3,500