By Gerald Berk
Alternative Tracks presents a singular interpretation of industrialization and political improvement within the usa. concentrating on the serious case of railroads, Gerald Berk exhibits that substitute varieties of fiscal association and governmental rules existed within the past due 19th century. Constitutional offerings, no longer technological imperatives or fiscal pursuits, decided the end result within the 20th century: a centralized regulated in keeping with liberal rules of redistribution. Alternative Tracks finds a nineteenth-century rival to this political economy―an both effective and extra democratic procedure of nearby railroads regulated in response to republican principles.
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