The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History

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Product Details

Price
$35.99
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Publish Date
November 11, 1999
Pages
552
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 1.23 inches | 1.77 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780195121216

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About the Author


David Hackett Fischer is Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University. He has won numerous awards for scholarship and teaching. His many books include the highly acclaimed Paul Revere's Ride.

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"Very persuasive....A major work that deserves the attention of all historians."--Nancy Gordon, Bloomberg Quarterly
"This year's best book for investors."--The New York Times Annual Survey of Books in Business and Economics
"A powerful piece of historical analysis and ought to become part of everyone's framework of understanding."--New Statesman and Society


"Very persuasive....A major work that deserves the attention of all historians."--Nancy Gordon, Bloomberg Quarterly
"This year's best book for investors."--The New York Times Annual Survey of Books in Business and Economics
"A powerful piece of historical analysis and ought to become part of everyone's framework of understanding."--New Statesman and Society

"Very persuasive....A major work that deserves the attention of all historians."--Nancy Gordon, Bloomberg Quarterly
"This year's best book for investors."--The New York Times Annual Survey of Books in Business and Economics
"A powerful piece of historical analysis and ought to become part of everyone's framework of understanding."--New Statesman and Society


"Very persuasive....A major work that deserves the attention of all historians."--Nancy Gordon, Bloomberg Quarterly


"This year's best book for investors."--The New York Times Annual Survey of Books in Business and Economics


"A powerful piece of historical analysis and ought to become part of everyone's framework of understanding."--New Statesman and Society