Aristotle and Hamilton on Commerce and Statesmanship
University of Missouri Press, 2006 - 236 páginas
"Examines Alexander Hamilton's political economy in relation to Aristotle's classical views of economics, as presented in his Politics, and finds shared support of commerce in pursuit of a regime's or democracy's wider goals"--Provided by publisher.
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Part 11 Hamiltons Political Economy
Chapter 3 National Prosperity
Chapter 4 National Defense and Foreign Policy
Chapter 5 Cementing Union
Chapter 6 Commerce Virtue and the American Way of Life
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