American Business, Politics, and Society

Books in the series American Business, Politics, and Society explore the relationships over time between politics, society, and the creation and performance of markets, firms, and industries large and small. The central theme of this series is that culture, law, and public policy have been fundamental to the evolution of American business from the colonial era to the present. The series aims to explore, in particular, developments that have enduring consequences.

Series Editors:
Andrew Wender Cohen
Professor of History, Syracuse University

Shane Hamilton
Senior Lecturer in International Business
York University

Kim Phillips-Fein
Associate Professor, Gallatin School of Individualized Study
New York University

Elizabeth Tandy Shermer
Associate Professor of History, Loyola University Chicago

Penn Press editorial contact:
Robert Lockhart, Senior History Editor
[email protected]

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