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📙 The Self-Perception of Early Modern Capitalists by Margaret C. Jacob, Catherine Secretan (eds.) — free pdf


A collection of essays by leading historians of early modern Europe and the U.S., this books explores how merchants, entrepreneurs, and other early modern capitalists viewed themselves.



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