Puritanism and Capitalism

Tawney, R. H.
May 1926
New Republic;5/12/26, Vol. 46 Issue 597, p348
Focuses on the relationship between puritanism and capitalism. Comment on the divorce between religious theory and economic realities; Information on the Puritan movement; Reference to the book "Religion and the Rise of Capital," by R.H. Tawney; Place of puritanism in the English middle classes; Information about socialism and individualism.


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