States of Credit provides the first comprehensive look at the joint development of representative assemblies and public borrowing in Europe during the medieval and early modern eras. In this pioneering book, David Stasavage argues that...
A groundbreaking history of why governments do—and don't—tax the rich
A new understanding of how and why early democracy took hold, how modern democracy evolved, and what this teaches us about the future
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