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British economic and social history, 1700-1980

Walker, J.

British economic and social history, 1700-1980

by Walker, J.

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Published by Macdonald and Evans in Estover, Plymouth .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain -- Economic conditions.,
    • Great Britain -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Walker.
      ContributionsMunn, C. W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC253 .W23 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination452 p. ;
      Number of Pages452
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3845031M
      ISBN 100712102884
      LC Control Number81161472

      A standard reference book that gives the major economic and social statistical series for the British Isles from the earliest available, in the twelfth century, to It comprehensively updates and supplants the author's two previous volumes, Abstract and Second Abstract of British Historical Statistics. The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain is a comprehensive account of the economic history of Britain since , based on the most up-to-date research.

      Work Out Social and Economic History GCSE (Management, Work and Organizations) (Macmillan Work Out) (Blackwell History Project) Jun 1, British Social and Economic History: Coursework and Questions by Simon Mason Paperback. $ $ 2 More Buying Choices.   We argue that it was the structural differences in the economic, social, and political organization of Britain and continental Europe that made free trade without a hegemon possible. Neo-Gramscian theorists of hegemony—just like their mainstream peers—have unduly generalized from the unique structures of American hegemony after Cited by:

      's: War of the Spanish Succession begins-the last of Louis XIV's wars for domination of the continent. The Peace of Utrecht () will end . The debate over what happened to the standard of living of British workers during the industrial revolution is perhaps the longest-running controversy in economic history. Engels's () Condition of the Working Class in England was one of the opening salvos in the debate, the first great "pessimist" study.


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