International Capital Markets and American Economic Growth, 1820â€“1914
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- Davis,Lance E. & Cull,Robert J., 2002. "International Capital Markets and American Economic Growth, 1820â€“1914," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521526449, Enero.
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