The Merchants Capital: New Orleans and the Political Economy of the Nineteenth-Century South (Hardback)

Scott P. Marler

Edité par CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2013
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Language: English Brand New Book. As cotton production shifted toward the southwestern states during the first half of the nineteenth century, New Orleans became increasingly important to the South s plantation economy. Handling the city s wide-ranging commerce was a globally oriented business community that represented a qualitatively unique form of wealth accumulation - merchant capital - that was based on the extraction of profit from exchange processes. However, like the slave-based mode of production with which they were allied, New Orleans merchants faced growing pressures during the antebellum era. Their complacent failure to improve the port s infrastructure or invest in manufacturing left them vulnerable to competition from the fast-developing industrial economy of the North, weaknesses that were fatally exposed during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Changes to regional and national economic structures after the Union victory prevented New Orleans from recovering its commercial dominance, and the former first-rank American city quickly devolved into a notorious site of political corruption and endemic poverty. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : As cotton production shifted toward the southwestern states during the first half of the nineteenth century, New Orleans became increasingly important to the South's plantation economy. Handling the city's wide-ranging commerce was a globally oriented business community that represented a qualitatively unique form of wealth accumulation - merchant capital - that was based on the extraction of profit from exchange processes. However, like the slave-based mode of production with which they were allied, New Orleans merchants faced growing pressures during the antebellum era. Their complacent failure to improve the port's infrastructure or invest in manufacturing left them vulnerable to competition from the fast-developing industrial economy of the North, weaknesses that were fatally exposed during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Changes to regional and national economic structures after the Union victory prevented New Orleans from recovering its commercial dominance, and the former first-rank American city quickly devolved into a notorious site of political corruption and endemic poverty.

Critique: 'This splendid book offers a meticulous historical study of merchant capitalism in ? New Orleans, a unique port city in the South ? This wonderful study contributes to both southern history and business history and should be required reading in undergraduate and graduate courses.' Elena V. Shabliy, Southern Historian

'Prodigiously researched and elegantly argued, The Merchants' Capital deserves a wide readership.' Richard Follett, The Journal of Southern History

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Titre : The Merchants Capital: New Orleans and the ...
Éditeur : CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Date d'édition : 2013
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Description du livre CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, United Kingdom, 2013. Hardback. État : New. New.. 234 x 157 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. As cotton production shifted toward the southwestern states during the first half of the nineteenth century, New Orleans became increasingly important to the South s plantation economy. Handling the city s wide-ranging commerce was a globally oriented business community that represented a qualitatively unique form of wealth accumulation - merchant capital - that was based on the extraction of profit from exchange processes. However, like the slave-based mode of production with which they were allied, New Orleans merchants faced growing pressures during the antebellum era. Their complacent failure to improve the port s infrastructure or invest in manufacturing left them vulnerable to competition from the fast-developing industrial economy of the North, weaknesses that were fatally exposed during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Changes to regional and national economic structures after the Union victory prevented New Orleans from recovering its commercial dominance, and the former first-rank American city quickly devolved into a notorious site of political corruption and endemic poverty. N° de réf. du libraire AAA9780521897648

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