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Volume 52 Issue 4
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Pages: 803-846
Published online: January 22, 2003DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00149

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Books reviewed: Great Britain and Ireland Joseph P. Huffman, Family, commerce and religion in London and Cologne Ray Lock, ed., The court rolls of Walsham le Willows Bryan Waites, Monasteries and landscape in north east England Jenny Kermode, Medieval merchants Christopher W. Brooks, Lawyers, litigation and English society since 1450 Craig Muldrew, The economy of obligation J.R. Dickinson, The lordship of Man under the Stanleys Charles W.J. Withers, Urban highlanders Jorg Vogele, Urban mortality change in England and Germany Hugh Driver, The birth of military aviation David J. Jeremy, A business history of Britain Jean-Pierre Dormois & Michael Dintenfass, eds., The British industrial decline Rex Pope, The British economy since 1914 General Alan R.H. Baker, Fraternity among the French peasantry Tom Scott, Regional identity and economic change Dieter Schott, ed., Energie und Stadt in Europa Michael Richards, A time of silence Paolo Squatriti, Water and society in early medieval Italy Philip Jones, The Italian city-state Anthony L. Cardoza, Aristocrats in bourgeois Italy J.K.J. Thomson, Decline in history Mikulas Teich, ed., Bohemia in history Hiroaki Kuromiya, Freedom and terror in the Donbas R.W. Davies, Soviet economic development from Lenin to Khrushchev Michael Ellman & Vladimir Kontorovich, eds., The destruction of the Soviet economic system Tom Scott, ed., The peasantries of Europe Deborah Simonton, A history of European women’s work John Killick, The United States and European reconstruction Marilyn C. Baseler, ‘Asylum for mankind’ Cathy Matson, Merchants and empire Margaret Ellen Newell, From dependence to independence Richard Buel, Jr., In irons: Britain’s naval supremacy and the American revolutionary economy Mark M. Smith, Debating slavery Alan Derickson, Black lung: anatomy of a public health disaster Paul A.C. Koistinen, Planning war, pursuing peace Thomas Dublin, When the mines closed Jacob Metzer, The divided economy of Mandatory Palestine Rajnarayan Chandavarkar, Imperial power and popular politics J.Y. Wong, Deadly dreams: opium and the ‘Arrow’ war (1856-1860) in China John Lie, Han unbound: the political economy of South Korea Maureen Fennell Mazzaoui, ed., Textiles: production, trade and demand David Thomas, Len Holden, & Tim Claydon, eds., The motor car and popular culture in the 20th century Lanthier & Hubert Watelet, eds., Private enterprise during economic crises/L’entreprise privee en periode de crise economique Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Daniel M. G. Raff, & Peter Temin, eds., Learning by doing in markets, firms and countries