Advanced inorganic chemistry by Cotton F., Wilkinson G., Murillo C., Bochmann M.

By Cotton F., Wilkinson G., Murillo C., Bochmann M.

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His new properties ranged from silver mines in Spain, to large landed estates in the country, to townhouses in the city. His tracts of land were ‘as nothing compared with the value of his slaves’, Plutarch writes. ’ It might seem an oxymoron to delicate modern tastes, but Crassus’ approach to his slaves had a skilled management touch. He saw training as essential. He set productivity targets for his workforce. They were there to do a job for him, often a skilled job; they would be looked after, as long as they obeyed.

The buildings were redesigned at ever-greater density and sold at a decent profit. It is a matter of conjecture whether Crassus’ eager brigades started some fires or helped others on their way. They may not have needed to, but nor did they rush to intervene until the moment of conflagration was right. ’10 Just how amoral was Crassus? Like many a skilled politician-cum-businessman, he manipulated the institutions of state and the law to his own benefit. He saw all relations in transactional terms.

It is sad but necessary to acknowledge that the vast majority of women who might be considered super-rich in history have acquired wealth through either marriage or inheritance. For the past two thousand years it is men who have made, and hoarded, wealth in societies that have been exclusively patriarchal. Therefore, I decided to stick with my male-only list in order to send a deliberate message. I am convinced that if a future version of this book is written, perhaps even in five or ten years’ time, this imbalance will begin to be corrected.

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