Aristotle and Hamilton on Commerce and Statesmanship
"Examines Alexander Hamilton's political economy in relation to Aristotle's classical views of economics, as presented in his Politics, and finds shared support of commerce in pursuit of a regime's or democracy's wider goals"--Provided by publisher.
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Part 11 Hamiltons Political Economy
Chapter 3 National Prosperity
Chapter 4 National Defense and Foreign Policy
Chapter 5 Cementing Union
Chapter 6 Commerce Virtue and the American Way of Life
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