The Rise of Market Culture: The Textile Trade and French Society, 1750-1900

@article{Benhamou1984TheRO,
  title={The Rise of Market Culture: The Textile Trade and French Society, 1750-1900},
  author={Reed Benhamou and William M. Reddy},
  journal={Technology and Culture},
  year={1984},
  volume={27},
  pages={298}
}
List of figures and maps List of abbreviations Preface Introduction Part I. A World Without Entrepreneurs, 1750-1815: 1. Commerce as conflict 2. The design of the spinning jenny 3. New terms and old practices Part II. Uses of the Market Idea, 1816-1851: 4. The first crisis of management 5. Spinners on guard 6. Visions of subsistence 7. A search for identity Part III. Unquestioned Assumptions, 1852-1904: 8. The clock time of the Second Empire 9. The moral sense of farce 10. Little insurrections… 
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