Table of contents for The marketplace of revolution : how consumer politics shaped American independence / by T.H. Breen.

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Introduction: The Revolutionary Politics of Consumption
1. Tale of the Hospitable Consumer: A Revolutionary Argument
Part One: An Empire of Goods
2. Inventories of Desire: The Evidence
3. Consumers' New World: The Unintended Consequences of Commercial Success
4. Vade Mecum: The Great Chain of Colonial Acquisition
5. The Corrosive Logic of Choice: Living With Goods
Part Two: A Commercial Plan for Salvation
6. Strength out of Dependence: Strategies of Consumer Resistance in an Empire of Goods
7. Making Lists - Taking Names: The Politicization of Everyday Life
8. Bonfires of Tea: The Final Act

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Causes, United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Economic aspects, Consumption (Economics) United States History 18th century