A World History of Tax Rebellions: An Encyclopedia of Tax Rebels, Revolts, and Riots from Antiquity to the Present

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A WORLD HISTORY OF TAX REBELLIONS

An Encyclopedia of Tax Rebels, Revolts, and Riots from Antiquity to the Present

David F. Burg

Routledge

An Imprint of Taylor & Francis Books, Inc.

New York London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Acknowledgments xxiii
  • Entry List xxv
  • Taxing Terms and Strategies 1
  • Ancient World 9
  • Bibliography 28
  • Bibliography 37
  • Early Middle Ages, Ad 365-1199 43
  • Bibliography 60
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  • Bibliography 70
  • Late Middle Ages, 1200-1500 83
  • Bibliography 106
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  • Bibliography 132
  • Renaissance to Enlightenment, 1500-1700 143
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  • Eighteenth Century 229
  • Bibliography 231
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  • Bibliography 273
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  • Bibliography 296
  • Nineteenth Century 321
  • Bibliography 334
  • Bibliography 339
  • Bibliography 342
  • Bibliography 365
  • Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries 377
  • Bibliography 389
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  • Bibliography 425
  • Biographies 433
  • Appendix: List of Events by Empire or Nation 443
  • Bibliography 457
  • Index 467
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