The Politics of Shopping in Early America

Lecture Description

Acquiring goods was both unpaid labor and an opportunity for shoppers to force economic connections, express taste, and participate in politics. This lecture examines the many dimensions of shopping in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

CATEGORIES

Business and Economics

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Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor

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