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For at least a dozen years now historians have talked about a “market revolution” that marked the history of the United States during the first half of the nineteenth s G. Sellers's book by that name () suggests a particular, synthetic explanation of changes that reshaped American life during the so-called “Age of Jackson”; but other historians, before and since, have Cited by: 3. 70 For a succinct discussion of pre–Civil War finance of industry, see Bruchey, Stuart, The Roots of American Economic Growth, – (New York, ), Chapter 7. Recommend this journal Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's by: 1.
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By S. BRUCHEY. (London: Hutchinson University Library, Pp. 15s.) THIS little book is essentially a survey of modern literature relating to early American economic growth.
It is fairly complete as a survey of notable recent work. It can be recommended as an. reinforcement by the teacher. In this regard Stuart Bruchey's The Roots of American Economic Growth, is the essential source.
Describing his work as an essay in social causation, Bruchey presents not only his own conclusions on the roots of growth but also detailed synopses of recent investigations by others in the field of economic.
12 Apr Hardback. unavailable. Notify me. God, Mammon and the Japanese. Fred H. Harrington. The time span of this book makes it the logical sequel to Stuart Bruchey's The Roots of American Economic Growth, and an ideal text for courses on United States business history.
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