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I am currently shopping at the Mises store for both Human Action, and Man, Economy and State. I checked on Amazon for the reviews of both works and I found that the first Scholar's Edition of Man, Economy and State has 104 more pages than the new Scholar's Edition. Does anyone know the reason for this?
Also, are the first scholar's editions of these texts of higher quality? I ask this because of the considerably higher price tag each fetch.
On the last page of the first Human Action Scholar's Edition it reads:
"This Scholar's Edition of Human Action isprinted on 50 lb. acid-fiee Finch Fine paper; it isset using the Yanson typeface; the case cloth isRainbow Odyssey, importedfiom the CzechRepublic, a natural-finish, moisture-resistant bookcloth; the endsheets are Rainbow antiquesoapstone by Ecological Fibers; the signatures areSmythsewn; the foil is non-tarnishing gold fiomNakai International; and the book was produced atR.R. Donnelley in Crawfordsuille, Indiana."
That certainly sounds incredible! I'm just curious as to whether or not the new books are of the same standard. Thanks.
It looks like this:
Woah, that looks amazing!
Wow I may have to go to amazon to pick up one of these. That looks incredible. Why did this edition have to go out of print?
Thank you very much for posting the pictures.