- Title Pages
- Editors’ Acknowledgments
1The Agrarian Context of American Capitalist Development
2The Mortgage Worked the Hardest
3Toxic Debt, Liar Loans, Collateralized and Securitized Human Beings, and the Panic of 1873
4Inheriting Property and Debt
5Slave Breeding and Free Love
6Capitalism and the Rise of the Corporation Nation
8William Leggett and the Melodrama of the Market
10Soulless Monsters and Iron Horses
- Capitalism Takes Command
- University of Chicago Press
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