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The Anxious triumph: the making of global capitalism, 1880-1914 by Donald Sassoon

Overview: The long-awaited magnum opus of one of Britain’s most wide-ranging historians. Capitalist enterprise has existed in some form since ancient times, but the globalization and dominance of capitalism as a system began in the 1860s when, in different forms and supported by different political forces, states all over the world developed their modern political …
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