The Jews and Modern Capitalism: by Werner Sombart

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Striking parallelism betwfeen the wanderings of the Jews and the economic development of nations, p. 13. An attempt to bring the two into relationship, p. 14 Contemporary opinion on the matter, p. 17, in Venice, p. 17, in England, p. 17, in France, p. 17, in theN etherlands, p. 18, in Germany, p. 20. Twofold influence of the Jews, p. 21. CHAPTER IH THE QUICKENING OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE Jewish influence quantitatively considered, pt 2at, in England, p. 22, at theL eipzig fairs, p. 23, in theL evant trade, p, 24, The corn modi tics in which they dealt, p. 25. Their trading on ft large scale, p. 25. They introduced new commodities, p. 26. The variety of Jewish trade, p. 26. Their predominating influence in gold-producing countries, p. 27. CHAPTER IV THE FOUNDATION OF MODERN COLON 185 Jews keen colonial settlers, p, 28 in Bust I ndict, p. 29, in Australia And South A frica, p. 29, in A merica, p. 30 How America was bound up with the Jews, p, 30, jews and hc discovery of A merica, p. ji, Jewish settlers there, p. 32, in theW est indies and inS outh A merica, p. 32, in the United States, p. 37. America sdebt to the jews p, 4j, Jewish immigration into A merica, p, 4;. CHAPTER VTHE FOUNDATION OF THI MODI flM STATE The Jews tnd the founders of modemS tates, p, 49. Similarity of interests, p, 50, Whit the Jewi did for the modern 8tttf, p. ji, (i) Tkt Jtiffi fjP ftrwyonr; mE ngland, p. 51 ;ia France, p, 51j in Germany, p. 51 $in A ustria, p$3 (a) Tit Jtw A Fintncitn ,in Hoi hind, p.
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