Usury, Calvinism, and Credit in Protestant England: from the Sixteenth Century to the Industrial Revolution
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Keywordsusury; interest; annuities; bonds; public finance; bills of exchange; discounting; Scholastics; Old and New Testaments; Calvin; Luther; Protestant Reformers; Dissenters; Financial Revolution; England;
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