The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalismby Max Weber
In "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism" Max Weber puts forth his theory that the Protestant religious movement was central to the development of capitalism. While religion has traditionally rejected the pursuit of wealth and possessions, Weber argues that the Puritan ethic and ideas were important factors in the rise of capitalism and he addresses this
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This e-book is so fraught with spelling, spacing, and even factual errors that I am sorry I bought it. For example, "at the game time" appears instead of "at the same time." Also, Benjamin Franklin's name is given as Benjamin Ferdinand even though Franklin is used correctly later in the text. This e-book was hastily written with no spell checking or proof reading. This is my first attempt at reading a well-known work in e-book format, and I vow never to buy another such e-book unless it is from a reputable publishing house.
This version is readable; a free one I tried wasn't. It's a classic and public domain, so free versions are around if you want to take the time to find something legible.