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A history of global consumption, 1500-1800, Ina Baghdiantz McCabe

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A history of global consumption, 1500-1800, Ina Baghdiantz McCabe
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1. Collecting the World. 2. American Gold: Sugar, Tobacco and Chocolate. 3. Consuming the New World: Settlements and Transformation. 4. Domesticating the Exotic. 5. Treasures from the East: Tulips and the Fashion for Asia's Luxury Goods. 6. Consumption as a Global Phenomenon: Colonial Dreams and Financial Bubbles in Europe, China's Consumer Culture. 7. Resisting Exotic Luxuries: Simplicity and Boycotts in the Age of Revolutions
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9780041550795
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x, 301 pages, illustrations, 24 cm.
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(OCoLC)871191868
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