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  1. Hi, I have been asked to take up a post tutoring a child in economics. I did economics at university, but I still remember the best books were the course book I had at school in Scotland, for what was then called O Grade and Higher Economics (circa 1987-88). I did buy a self-help book at the same time for the English A-Level Economics course (a big book with a large orange "A" on the cover), but I remember thinking it was not quite so good. Does anyone know the best place to go for old economics textbooks? Or maybe you can recommend the best recent one, which goes through basic economics fr
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