The Economic Transformation of America: 1600 to the Present

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Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 390 pages
This extraordinary text offers a proven combination of scholarship from an insightful economist and a renowned American historian. It recounts the development of capitalism and the age of machines through the voices of business leaders, working people, inventors, and an unusual cast of presidents, generals, and patriots. Unlike other books in the field of economic history, this text tells a story. While not ignoring statistics and percentages, this narrative focuses on the fact that America's economic transformation is an extraordinary drama--a drama that continues today.

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Contents

Introduction
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1600 to the 1770s
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Chapter 2
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