Other people’s money. How banking worked in the Early American Republic

Other people’s money. How banking worked in the Early American Republic
Sharon Ann Murphy
Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017
ISBN:9781421421759
191 páginas
Precio: 21,84 €

Sinopsis: By helping readers understand the financial history of this period and the way banking shaped the society in which ordinary Americans lived and worked, this book broadens and deepens our knowledge of the Early American Republic.

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