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The historian Frank Trentmann has written the first total history of consumption. Empire of Things is an original, ambitious account that begins in the fifteenth century, spans the globe, and examines a wide range of regimes, from liberal democracies to fascist dictatorships.
 
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Dangerous Days in Zambia
 
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Human Work in the Robotic Future
 
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The indigenous Aymara or Quechua women who climb the Andeans dressed in their traditional garb.
 
 
 
 
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