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Volume 48 Issue 2
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Pages: 396-427
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1995.tb01424.x

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Book reviewed in this article: Nigel Yates and James M. Gibson, eds., Traffic and politics: the construction and management of Rochester Bridge, A.D. 43-1993 Maryanne Kowaleski, ed., The local customs accounts of the port of Exeter, 1266-1321 Caroline M. Barron and Anne F. Sutton, eds., Medieval London widows, 1300-1500 Christopher Dyer, Everyday life in medieval England Robert C. Allen, Enclosure and the yeoman: the agricultural development of the south midlands, 1450-1850 A. J. S. Gibson and T. C. Smout, Prices, food and wages in Scotland, 1550-1780 John Habakkuk, Marriage, debt and the estates system: English landownership, 1650-1950 R. A. Houston, Social change in the age of Enlightenment: Edinburgh, 1660-1760 Lawrence Stone, ed., An imperial state at war: Britain from 1689 to 1815 John Beckett, The rise and fall of the Grenvilles, Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos, 1710 to 1921 Pamela Horn, Children’s work and welfare, 1780-1880 Maurice W. Kirby and Mary B. Rose, eds., Business enterprise in modern Britain: from the eighteenth to the twentieth century Eric Hopkins, Childhood transformed: working-class children in nineteenth-century England John Rule and Robert Malcolmson, eds., Protest and survival: the historical experience. Essays for E. P. Thompson David Feldman, Englishmen and Jews: social relations and political culture, 1840-1914 Roy Church, The rise and decline of the British motor industry B. W. E. Alford, Rodney Lowe, and Neil Rollings, Economic planning, 1943-1951: a guide to documents in the Public Record Office James Foreman-Peck and Robert Millward, Public and private ownership of British industry Catherine R. Schenk, Britain and the sterling area: from devaluation to convertibility in the 1950s Nicholas Canny, ed., Europeans on the move: studies on European migration, 1500-1800 Jeffrey M. Diefendorf, Axel Frohn, and Hermann-Josef Rupieper, eds., American policy and the reconstruction of West Germany, 1945-1955 David Abulafia, A Mediterranean emporium: the Catalan kingdom of Majorca I. A. A. Thompson and B. Yun Casalilla, eds., The Castilian crisis of the seventeenth century Thomas Dublin, Transforming women’s work: New England lives in the industrial revolution Naomi Lamoreaux, Insider lending Stanley Lebergott, Pursuing happiness: American consumers in the twentieth century Karen Ordahl Kupperman, Providence Island, 1630-1641: the other puritan colony Kenneth J. Andrien and Lyman L. Johnson, eds., The political economy of Spanish America in the age of revolution, 1750-1850 Helen Shapiro, Engines of growth: the state and transnational auto companies in Brazil Eric Jones, Lionel Frost, and Colin White, Coming full circle: an economic history of the Pacific Rim Frank Dobbin, Forging industrial policy: the United States, Britain and France in the railway age Gregory P. Nowell, Mercantile states and the world oil cartel, 1900-1939 Beth A. Simmons, Who adjusts? Domestic sources of foreign economic policy during the interwar years A. W. Coats, The sociology and professionalization of economics, 2: British and American essays