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Bankers and Empire: How Wall Street Colonized the Caribbean, Hudson
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The level of detail that Hudson deploys is truly impressive. Highly recommended. By employing massive research and eloquent prose, he has produced a landmark in the field. Considering the complex subject matter, he also keeps the book well-organized by dexterously meshing chronological and thematic elements. His approach allows the reader to stay focused amid a multiplicity of bankers who organized complex webs of financial institutions in a variety of countries.
Hudson draws on a wide variety of printed material, private correspondence, and government records to scrutinize the bankers who colonized the Caribbean. Instead, Hudson shows how we are always ensconced in overlapping and multilingual structures of affiliation that do not necessarily follow the nice lines of imperial or anti-imperial narratives.
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Hispanic American Historical Review. It captures a world transitioning from nineteenth-century colonial European projects to an era of American global imperialism, vast labor migrations, the opening of China and Japan to western trade, and the growth of industries of connection and disconnection such as railroads. Journal of Cultural Economy. Bankers and Empire will be a valuable resource for historians and social scientists with expertise in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as students with interests in finance, capitalism, imperialism, racism, and critical historiography.
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Rather, the United States drove out European powers and pressed its influence through the arm of its military, the might of its largest banks, and the cultural logics of Jim Crow. After this book, there can be no denying that capitalism had a culture, that markets are often made at the barrel of a gun, or that domination of the Caribbean remained central to the making of the contemporary American and modern Atlantic World. Robin D. Share full text access.
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