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Reformation to Industrial Revolution; the making of modern English society, 1530-1780 [by] Christopher Hill.

By: Hill, Christopher, 1912-2003.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pantheon studies in social history.Publisher: New York, Pantheon Books [1968, c1967]Edition: [1st American ed.].Description: 256 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): Great Britain -- Economic conditions | Great Britain -- Politics and government | Great Britain -- Social conditionsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Reformation to Industrial Revolution.DDC classification: 309.142
Contents:
Argument -- 1530-1780 -- From reformation to revolution -- National unification -- People -- Agriculture and agrarian relations -- Trade, colonies and foreign relations -- Industry and government economic policy -- Finance -- Religion and intellectual life -- From peasant's revolts to revolution -- Revolution -- Civil War -- Revolution in government -- Agricultural revolution -- Commercial revolution, empire and foreign policy -- Industry -- Financial revolution -- Religion and intellectual life -- From political to industrial revolution -- Society and politics -- Trade, empire and foreign policy -- Towards industrial revolution -- Factories and the working class -- Agriculture and agrarian relations -- Religion and intellectual life -- Retrospect --
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Book University of Texas At Tyler
Stacks - 3rd Floor
HC254 .H55 1968 (Browse shelf) Available 0000101046944

"Vol. I."

Bibliography: p. 241-[242]

Pt. 1 : Introduction -- Argument -- 1530-1780 -- pt. 2 : From reformation to revolution -- National unification -- The People -- Agriculture and agrarian relations -- Trade, colonies and foreign relations -- Industry and government economic policy -- Finance -- Religion and intellectual life -- From peasant's revolts to revolution -- pt. 3 : The Revolution -- The Civil War -- The Revolution in government -- The Agricultural revolution -- The Commercial revolution, empire and foreign policy -- Industry -- The Financial revolution -- Religion and intellectual life -- pt. 4 : From political to industrial revolution -- Society and politics -- Trade, empire and foreign policy -- Towards industrial revolution -- Factories and the working class -- Agriculture and agrarian relations -- Religion and intellectual life -- Retrospect -- pt. 5 : Conclusion.

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