The Appeal of Insuranceexplores how insurance has grown in concert with a clientele largely of its own making. Drawing on the fields of history, sociology, criminology and economics, these essays illuminate the dialectical relationship between the expansion of business and the public demand for economic and social security.
Subjects: Business, History
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