The global confederation: Lessons from 1783

Brouthers, Lance Eliot; McCalman, David G.; Wilkinson, Timothy J.
March 1998
Business Horizons;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p23
Academic Journal
Provides information on the state of American businesses during the Articles of Confederation in 1783-1788. Problems faced by the United States under the Articles; Historical parallels during the eras; Implications for business.


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