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The Market Revolution in America Liberty Ambition and the Eclipse of the Common Good John Lauritz Larson 2010 :: The Progressive Torrents Community
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The Market Revolution in America Liberty Ambition and the Eclipse of the Common Good John Lauritz Larson 2010


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the capitalist and liberal nation it is today. There is no better brief
summary of the market revolution thesis than this book." -Richard
Bushman, Columbia University
"Historians have long debated the significance of the Market Revolution
that transformed the United States in the early nineteenth century from
a loose collection of households and regions into an integrated
industrial nation-state. Now John Larson has synthesized a generation
of scholarship into a lively narrative that captures the energy of this
all-encompassing revolution as well as its often unanticipated social,
economic and ecological costs. No one has more expertly shown us how
the Market Revolution actually unfolded or more astutely located its
importance in the history of the United States as a whole." -Andrew
Cayton, Miami University, and co-author (with Fred Anderson) of The
Dominion of War: Empire and Liberty in North America, 1500-2000.
"John Larson brilliantly captures Americans profound ambivalence about
the emergence of modern capitalism in The Market Revolution in America.
Learned and lucid, Larsons superb book puts our contemporary confusion
into timely historical perspective: it deserves a wide readership."
-Peter S. Onuf, University of Virginia, author of Jeffersons Empire:
The Language of American Nationhood
"A succinct, clearly written, and timely account of the origins of
American capitalism." -Gordon Wood, Brown University
"...a solid and clearly written synthesis of the economic history of
the early republic." -L. Diane Barnes, The Journal of Southern History
"...a significant contribution to the social and economic history of
the early American republic." -Scott C. Martin, Register of the
Kentucky Historical Society

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John Lauritz Larson explores the lure of market capitalism and the
beginnings of industrialization in the United States. His research
combines an appreciation for enterprise and innovation with recognition
of negative and unanticipated consequences of the transition to
capitalism and relates economic change directly to American freedom and
self-determination, links that remain entirely relevant today.

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