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Volume 46 Issue 1
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Pages: 195-213
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1993.tb01330.x

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Books reviewed in this article: GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND Alan Crossley, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England: Oxford, XII: Wootton Hundred (south) including Woodstock Edward Miller, ed., The agrarian history of England and Wales, III: 1348-1500 L. R. Poos, A rural society after the Black Death: Essex, 1350-1525 Sari R. Hornstein, The Restoration navy and English foreign trade, 1674-1688: a study in the peacetime use of sea power James Foreman-Peck, ed., New perspectives on the late Victorian economy: essays in quantitative economic history, 1860-1914 James E. Cronin, The politics of state expansion: war, state and society in twentieth-century Britain David Vincent, Poor citizens: the state and the poor in twentieth-century Britain N. F. R. Crafts and Nicholas Woodward, eds., The British economy since 1945 John Singleton, Lancashire on the scrapheap: the cotton industry, 1945-1970 GENERAL Maria Teresa Maiullari, ed., Storiografia francese ed italiana a confronto sul fenomeno associativo durante xviii e xix secolo: atti delle giornate di studio promosse dalla Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Mikulas Teich and Roy Porter, eds., Fin de siecle and its legacy Thomas C. Owen, The corporation under Russian law, 1800-1917 Mary McAuley, Bread and justice: state and society in Petrograd, 1917-1922 Hiroaki Kuromiya, Stalin’s industrial revolution: politics and workers, 1928-1932 Louis C. Hunter and Lynwood Bryant, A history of industrial power in the United States, 1780-1930, 3: The transmisison of power Margaret B. W. Graham and Bettye H. Pruitt, R & D for industry: a century of technical innovation at Alcoa Joe William Trotter, Jr., Coal, class, and color: blacks in southern West Virginia, 1915-32 Sanford M. Jacoby, ed., Masters to managers: historical and comparative perspectives on American employers Jeffrey G. Williamson, Inequality, poverty and history: the Kuznets Memorial Lectures of the Economic Growth Center, Yale University