Table of contents for War, wine, and taxes : the political economy of Anglo-French trade, 1689-1900 / John V. C. Nye.

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Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter One: Problems of Perspective: The Myth of Free Trade Britain and Fortress France
Chapter Two: The History of British Economic Policy
Chapter Three: The Unbearable Lightness of Drink: Assessing the Effects of British Tariffs on French Wine
Chapter Four: The Beginnings: Trade and the Struggle for European Power in the late 1600s
Chapter Five: Counterfactuals or What If?
Chapter Six: Wine, Beer, and Money: The Political Economy of Brewing and Eighteenth-Century British Fiscal Policy
Chapter Seven: The Political Economy of Nineteenth-Century Trade
Chapter Eight: Trade and Taxes in Retrospect: Were British Fiscal Exceptionalism and Economic Success Linked?
Appendix: Modelling the Effects of British and French Tariffs on National Income 
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Great Britain -- Commercial policy -- History.
Tariff on wine -- Great Britain -- History.
Great Britain -- Foreign economic relations -- France.
France -- Foreign economic relations -- Great Britain.