Capitalist Rising: The Short History of a Long Insurgency
Many of the practices of modern capitalism were born during the six hundred years leading to the Industrial Revolution, well before the assessments of Adam Smith and Karl Marx. In his well-written and informative study, Poitras delves deep into the birth of capitalism, bringing readers to the very verge of industrialism and a modern economy.
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The PreModern Economy
The Italian City
The TransitionCapitalism Emerges
The Ascent of the Dutch Masters
The Ascent to Modern
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