A Culture of Everyday Credit

A Culture of Everyday Credit

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A study of the role of pawnshops in the lives and culture of working and middle-class families in Mexico City from the eighteenth century to the present.Although arriving in Mexico shortly after it was invented, the sewing machine took longer to debut in pawnshops.aˆžaˆžIc In 1902 an a#39;a#39;old manual machinea#39;a#39; could only yield a loan of two and a half pesos, the same as a loom, while a a#39;a#39;Singera#39;a#39;anbsp;...

Title:A Culture of Everyday Credit
Author:Marie Eileen Francois
Publisher:U of Nebraska Press - 2006


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