|Title||The company-state : corporate sovereignty and the early modern foundations of the British empire in India / Philip J. Stern|
|Imprint||Oxford ; New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, 2012|
|Edition||Oxford University Press paperback|
|Descript||xiii, 300 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm|
Introduction: "a state in the disguise of a merchant" -- "Planting & peopling your colony": building a company-state -- "A sort of republic for the management of trade": the jurisdiction of a company-state -- "A politie of civill and military power": diplomacy, war, and expansion -- "Politicall science and martiall prudence": political thought and political economy -- "The most sure and profitable sort of merchandice": Protestantism and piety -- "Great warrs leave behind them long tales": crisis and response in Asia after 1688 -- "Auspicio regis et senatus Angliae": crisis and response in Britain after 1688 -- "The day of small things": civic governance in the new century -- "A sword in one hand & money in the other": old patterns, new rivals -- Conclusion: "A great and famous superstructure."
|Arts Library||HF486.E6 S839C 2012||CHECK SHELVES|
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