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The Wake Of This Pathbreaking wake of this pathbreaking study historians will also have to rethink the origins of the French Revolution this pathbreaking new study historians will also have to rethink the origins of the French Revolution the authors show crisis of 1787 88 id not simply ignite revolt; it was intimately up in an economic struggle that reached far back into the eighteenth century and continued well into the 180.
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CREDIT MARKETS FUNCTIONED IN PARIS THROUGHmarkets functioned in Paris through agency of notaries uring a Critical Period Of French History Its Authors period of French history Its authors the usual assumption that organized financial markets and hence the opportunity for economic growth id not emerge outside of England and the Netherlands until the nineteenth century Draw. Ing on innovative research the authors show that as early as the old show that as early as the Old financial intermediaries in France were mobilizing a great tide capital and in France were mobilizing a great tide of capital and thousands of loans between borrowers and implications for historians and economists are substantial The role of notaries operating in Paris that Priceless Markets uncovers has.