The Economy: The Pragmatic Professor

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In the intricate workings of cause and effect, there come moments in every life when great consequences hang in shaky balance, to be tipped by a tiny mischance, a trivial decision. A man misses a train by half a minute, wanders into a bookstore while waiting for the next train, and picks up a book that might alter his life forever. Another, taking a walk in the country, comes to a fork in the lane, hesitates, chooses the left turn rather than the right, and meets the girl he will marry....

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