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|a Priest, Claire, |e author.
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|a Credit nation : |b property laws and legal institutions in early America / |c Claire Priest.
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|a Credit nation : |b property laws and institutions in early America.
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|a Princeton, New Jersey : |b Princeton University Press, |c [2021]
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|c ©2021.
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|a 1 online resource (xi, 226 pages)
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|a The Princeton economic history of the western world.
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|a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|a How American colonists laid the foundations of American capitalism with an economy built on credit. Even before the United States became a country, laws prioritizing access to credit set colonial America apart from the rest of the world. Credit Nation examines how the drive to expand credit shaped property laws and legal institutions in the colonial and founding eras of the republic.
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|a Online resource; title from PDF title page (ProQuest ebook central, viewed February 22, 2021)
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|c Purchased from Victor S. Johnson, Jr. Fund. A gift from the V.S. Johnson, Jr. Charitable Trust (Victor S. Johnson, Jr., 1941) for acquisitions.
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|a Foundations of property and credit -- Property exemptions : commodifying land and slaves in colonial America -- Managing risk in colonial America -- The Stamp Act, independence and the founding.
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|a Property |z United States |x History |y 17th century.
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|a Credit |x Law and legislation |z United States |x History |y 18th century.
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|a United States |x History |y Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
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|i Print version: |a Priest, Claire |t Credit Nation : Property Laws and Institutions in Early America |d Princeton : Princeton University Press,c2021 |z 9780691158761.
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|a Johnson, Victor S., Jr., |e Yale Law Library donor.
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