Protestantism and Capitalism: The Weber Thesis and Its Critics
Robert W. Green
Heath, 1959 - Capitalism - 116 pages
Second ed. published in 1973 under title: Protestantism, capitalism, and social science. "Suggestions for additional reading": pages 115-116.
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