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A French translation of TOLC would be, I would imagine, a VERY difficult book to read.  Further, the French were really not so much in need of an Industrial Class economic theory as some others--they already had their dirigisme.  

By contrast, I once heard a Japanese professor present a paper on Veblen in Japan.  All of Veblen's major works had been translated and there had been several hundred books and scholarly papers since then.  It could be argued that the Japanese took Veblen more seriously than any other group.

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by techno (reply@elegant-technology.com) on Tue Dec 18th, 2007 at 02:45:23 AM EST
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