Making Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society 1700-1850 Rendi

Writer: Steven King | Number of Pages: 424 pages
Date: 31-12-1969 | ISBN: 0719050227

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TitleMaking Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society 1700-1850
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Published31-12-1969
ISBN review0719050227
ISBN13 review9780719050220'
Total page424 pages
WriterSteven King, Geoffrey Timmins
Making Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society 1700-1850 This comprehensive and innovative book on the Industrial Revolution uses carefully chosen case studies, illustrated with extracts from contemporary documents, to offer new perspectives on the process and impact of industrialization. The authors look at the development of economic structures, the financing of the Industrial Revolution, technological advances, markets and demand, and agricultural progress. The book also deals with changes in demography, the household, families, and the built environment.…Life Expectancy, Control (Songs, Beyond These, La Presa, Vagabond, All You, Mountain Homecoming, Doctor Who, Feels Like, Vittoria: A, Monstruos Modernos, Light in, The Fifth, The Honorable, The Best, Beneath the, No Darkness, Double Love, The Small, The Best
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