- Title Pages
2The Making of a Legend
3The Riddle of Usury
4Bordeaux, the Specter of Crypto-Judaism, and the Changing Status of Commerce
5One Family, Two Bestsellers, and the Legend’s Canonization
6Between Usury and the “Spirit of Commerce”
8A Legacy that Runs Deep
Appendix 1Early Modern European Commercial Literature
Appendix 2The Legend’s Earliest Formulation
Appendix 3Étienne Cleirac’s Works
Appendix 4The Legend in the Works of Jacques Savary and His Sons
Appendix 5Printed Books in French that Mention the Legend (1647–1800)
Appendix 6Printed Books in Languages Other than French that Mention the Legend (1676–1800)
Appendix 7Bibliographical References in Werner Sombart’s Die Juden und das Wirtschaftsleben (1911)
- A Note On The Type
- The Promise and Peril of Credit
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