Though this isn't the worst book for formating I've read on the Kindle, it is the worst one I've paid for.
A nexus is the bond between two disparate things and, indeed, this is a book about the intersection of power and money.
This book is a fascinating read for everyone who is interested in the application of economic theory to world history.
Ferguson is a perfect example of an author who misses his own point.Published 1 month ago by DENNIS ROHATYN
Ordinary people tend to downgrade the books full of brilliant insight just because they cannot fully understand its contentsPublished 5 months ago by Junghyeon Choi
Happy with the book, I am still reading it, I found it interesting how people think in regards to finance.Published 10 months ago by Smokybubs
Ferguson is always entertaining and the treatment is illuminating. It ought to be on all undergraduate reading lists for Western Civ.Published 15 months ago by GEORGE D WINIUS
This author is a pretty shameful apologist for the international bankster global elite takeover. His memoir of the Rothschilds was commissioned by guess who? The Rothschilds! Read morePublished 19 months ago by AeroEngineer
An excellent and provocative treatise with perhaps too many statistics for most but the case is made that economics were determined by the costs of war but, in the western... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nosretap
In this monumental work, Professor Niall Ferguson traces the evolution of and relationship between money, the state and war. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
Jeebus, but I wish I knew what Mr Ferguson was on about. Clearly, I am not the target audience, which I presume is economic historians, or historians of economics (if there is a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dr Garry
Ferguson writes interesting books - I'd like to be him and get paid to do mountains of research and try for a deep analysis. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by Crusty Critic