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Volume 55 Issue 3
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Pages: 558-591
Published online: March 7, 2003DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00232

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Books reviewed in this article: D. M. Palliser (ed.), The Cambridge urban history of Britain, I: 600-1540 Christopher Dyer, Making a living in the middle ages: the people of Britain, 850-1520 P. Wardley (ed.), Bristol historical resource Harold Fox, The evolution of the fishing village: landscape and society along the south Devon coast, 1086-1550 L. R. Poos, Lower ecclesiastical jurisdiction in late-medieval England: the courts of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, 1336-1349 and the deanery of Wisbech, 1458-1484 R. H. Darwall-Smith (ed.), Account rolls of University College, Oxford. Volume I: 1381/2-1470/1; Volume II: 1471/2-1596/7 Tim Harris (ed.), The politics of the excluded, c. 1500-1850 Martin S. Daunton, Trusting Leviathan: the politics of taxation in Britain, 1799-1914 Robert Colls and Bill Lancaster (eds.), Newcastle upon Tyne: a modern history Michael Ball and David Sunderland, An economic history of London, 1800-1914 Geoffrey Channon, Railways in Britain and the United States, 1830-1940 P.W. Jackson (ed.), The letter-books of W. Gilbertson & Co. Ltd., Pontardawe, 1890-1929 Edgar Jones, The business of medicine: the extraordinary history of Glaxo Chrisafis H. Iordanoglou, Public enterprise revisited: a closer look at the 1954-79 UK labour productivity record Harold James, The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi economic war against the Jews Vassilis Kardasis, Diaspora merchants in the Black Sea: the Greeks in southern Russia, 1775-1861 W. Bruce Lincoln, Sunlight at midnight: St Petersburg and the rise of modern Russia John Barber and Mark Harrison (eds.), The Soviet defence-industry complex from Stalin to Khrushchev Catherine Panter-Brick and Malcolm T. Smith (eds.), Abandoned children Colin Heywood, A history of childhood: children and childhood in the West from medieval to modern times Helen Meller, European cities, 1890-1930s: history, culture and the built environment Martin Daunton and Matthew Hilton (eds.), The politics of consumption: material culture and citizenship in Europe and America Denis O’Hearn, The Atlantic economy: Britain, the US and Ireland Robert J. Steinfeld, Coercion, contract and free labour in the nineteenth century Roger Chickering and Stig Forster (eds.), Great War, total war: combat and mobilization on the Western Front, 1914-1918 Joel Beinin, Workers and peasants in the modern Middle East Gloria L. Main, Peoples of a spacious land: families and cultures in colonial New England Miriam Wright, A fishery for modern times: the state and the industrialization of the Newfoundland fishery, 1934-1968 Prasannan Parthasarathi, The transition to a colonial economy: weavers, merchants and kings in south India, 1720-1800 Ian Inkster, Japanese industrialisation: historical and cultural perspectives Ian Inkster, The Japanese industrial economy: late development and cultural causation