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Review of: "The Long Twentieth Century" by Giovanni Arrighi
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The long twentieth century: money, power, and the origins of our times
This is an expansive economic history of the modern world - it draws ideas from Adam Smith, Polanyi's conceptions of the free market, Marx's histories of capitalist societies, Braudel's theory of Surely one of the best books I've ever read. Arrighi has fascinating ideas about capitalism as a historical phenomenon and about its uncertain future. Giovanni Arrighi.