Carey, Henry Charles (1793–1879)
American social scientist. Born in Philadelphia, the son of Mathew Carey, he was a prolific author, and his influence, though short-lived, spread from Pennsylvania throughout the nation and to Europe.
- Conkin, P.K. 1980. Prophets of prosperity: America’s first political economists. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.Google Scholar
- Dorfman, J. 1946. The economic mind in American civilization 1606–1865, vol. 2. New York: Viking.Google Scholar
- Green, A.W. 1951. Henry Charles Carey: Nineteenth-century sociologist. Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press.Google Scholar
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