The subject of The Wheels of Commerce is the development of mechanisms of exchange—shops, markets, trade networks, and banking—in the pre-industrial stages of capitalism.
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'The intricacy of detail and boldness of hypothesis in this book are indisputable, and if one is to do more than skim it, it demands and repays enormous attention...The lavish illustrations are superbly well chosen. The pictures show the endless variety of commercial dealings of which humans are capable.' Jonathan Spence, New York Times Book ReviewAbout the Author:
Fernand Braudel was France's greatest historian. He was the founder - along with March Bloch and Lucian Febvre - of Annales, the journal which changed the face of historical writing in the 1960s.
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