“It is a tribute to Appleby’s remarkable knowledge of the seventeenth-century economy as well as economic thought and to her boldness of enterprise that she succeed so well.” – John Brewer, William and Mary Quarterly
“…the strength and value of Appleby’s book consist in the detail with which she has traced this process taking place.” – J.G.A. Pocock, Journal of Interdisciplinary History
“This is certainly the most stimulating book on early modern economic ideas to appear for a long time.” – Charles Wilson, English Historical Review
“Joyce Oldham Appleby has written a monograph that significantly alters our knowledge and understanding of the changes in how contemporaries perceived economic questions between the beginning and end of the seventeenth century.” – Paul Christianson, Canadian Journal of History
“This is a stimulating, provocative, trail-blazing book” – Christopher Hill
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