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  • Date de sortie: 1977
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  • Total Download: 4454
  • Total Read: 3140

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Arts de Faire

  • Auteur: Michel de Certeau
  • ISBN: 9780520236998
  • Date de sortie: 1988
  • Collection: Univ of California Press
  • Total Download: 8719
  • Total Read: 3932

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Repackage of a classic sociology text in which the author developes the idea of resistance to social and economic pressures.

The End of Laissez Faire

  • Auteur: Robert Kuttner
  • ISBN: 9780812214017
  • Date de sortie: 1992-02-01
  • Collection: University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Total Download: 2807
  • Total Read: 7543

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Here is a book that explores what American economic policy should and can be—a superb yet controversial interpretation of the relation between domestic economic health and international politics, and of how we should set priorities to maintain our economy and our competitive vigor in the future.

The Decline of Laissez Faire 1897 1917

  • Auteur: Harold Underwood Faulkner
  • ISBN: 9780873321020
  • Date de sortie: 1951
  • Collection: M.E. Sharpe
  • Total Download: 1960
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Part of a series of detailed reference manuals on American economic history, this volume traces the development and growth of the factory system, labour movements and foreign and domestic commerce.

Fortunes faire

  • Auteur: Catherine Manning
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  • Date de sortie: 1996
  • Collection: Variorum Publishing
  • Total Download: 4112
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The history of the French in India has received far less scholarly attention than that of other European nations; English historiography, in particular, has often treated it as no more than a preliminary to the extension of British power. In addition, work hitherto has tended to focus on the trade with Europe, not the Asian trade - the 'country trade' carried on within Asia; the full importance of this trade for the Dutch and British is now being recognised. This book represents the first sustained study of French activities in Asian trade, and fills this gap in the historiography.Catherine Manning is concerned to relate the French traders to their social, regional and financial roots, and to trace their connections with other commercial groups in India, both European and Asian. The French evidence that she assembles, including much archival material, also makes a significant contibution to the debate about economic decline and renewal in 18th-century India. Her analysis stresses the importance of the Indian context, and shows that economic and political developments in South India were crucial to the French move from trade to war in the 1740s. Finally the book examines why the French failed in an enterprise which was to succeed so signally for the British only a few decades later.

Hell s Faire

  • Auteur: John Ringo
  • ISBN: 0743436040
  • Date de sortie: 2003-05-01
  • Collection: Baen Books
  • Total Download: 9804
  • Total Read: 2407

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With the fall of the Southern Appalachian defenses, the only thing standing between the vulnerable Cumberland Plateau and the vicious Posleen hordes are the veterans of the 555th Mobile Infantry who, led by Mike O'Neal and armed with a top-secret weapon, are dropped into the Rabun Pass to risk everything on an all-out effort to stop the Posleen advance.

Government International Trade and Laissez Faire Capitalism

  • Auteur: Carin Holroyd
  • ISBN: 9780773523364
  • Date de sortie: 2002-07-30
  • Collection: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
  • Total Download: 9151
  • Total Read: 3544

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The practical and economic implications of the recent laissez faire approach to trade in a global economy.
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