Cuban Confederate Colonel: The Life of Ambrosio Josʹe Gonzales

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Univ of South Carolina Press, 2003 - 537 páginas
What is the difference between money and capital? Is anti-globalization necessarily anti-money? These points and many more are debated and dealt with in Social Foundations of Markets, Money and Credit. The book examines the case that the capitalist economy is permeated with non-economic relations that flow from the exploitative relations of production. Lapavitsas shows that markets have one aspect in common: money - and critically analyses all aspects of this slippery concept. This book should interest and inform students and researchers not only in economics, but also in sociology and anthropology. Well-informed critics of capitalism should also find it to be useful.
 

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Three Filibuster Fiascos
71
Seven Honey Hill
209
Appendix A 167 Participants of the 1850 Lopez
369
Bibliography
465
Index
493
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