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Volume 56 Issue 4
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Pages: 788-811
Published online: June 9, 2004DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2003.00270.x

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Books reviewed in this article: Andrew Hinde, England’s population S. H. Rigby (ed.), A companion to Britain in the later middle ages Michael Snodin and John Styles, Design and the decorative arts Alexandra Shepard, Meanings of manhood in early modern England Steven King and Alannah Tomkins (eds.), The poor in England, 1700-1850 Peter Kirby, Child labour in Britain, 1750-1870 John F. Wilson and Andrew Popp (eds.), Industrial clusters and regional business networks in England, 1750-1970 R. S. Craig, R. Protheroe Jones and M. V. Symons, The industrial and maritime history of Llanelli and Burry Port, 1750-2000 A. K. B. Evans and J. V. Gough (eds.), The impact of the railway on society in Britain Lesley Richmond, Julie Stevenson and Alison Turner (eds.), The pharmaceutical industry Ian Gazeley, Poverty in Britain, 1900-1965 Richard Toye, The Labour Party and the planned economy, 1931-51 Jonathan Hollowell (ed.), Britain since 1945 Vanessa Harding, The dead and the living in Paris and London, 1500-1670 R. W. Davies et al (eds.), The Stalin-Kaganovich correspondence, 1931-36 Michael G. Morony (ed.), Production and the exploitation of resources Michael G. Morony (ed.), Manufacturing and labour John Belshaw, Colonization and community Lizabeth Cohen, A consumers’ republic Deborah Fitzgerald, Every farm a factory Diane J. Macunovich, Birth quake W. W. Rostow, Concept and controversy Mario Baldassarri and Pierluigi Ciocca (eds.), Roots of the Italian school of economics and finance