Tuesday, January 7, 2014

19th century social trust

Having been struck by the fascinating way, in which social trust for the period of Early Mormonism took the role that legal frameworks and their enforcement take for the current time---promisary notes, borrowing and lending, etc.---I have begun to look into books that discuss these issues for the 1800s to the 1850s.

In the Fachbereichsbibliothek für Geschichtswissenschaften I found
Sunderland, David: Social capital, trust and the industrial revolution  : 1780 - 1880  / David Sunderland . - London [u.a.]  : Routledge , 2007 . - 260 S. . - 0-415-41668-X (hbk.) : £65.00. - (Routledge explorations in economic history ; 34 )
under the signature of CA II 17/34.

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