Industralización y condiciones de la vida en Inglaterra: notas sobre una larga polémica

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Canales Gili, Esteban (1994)
  • Subject: Historia moderna y contemporánea

Estado de la cuestión de la polémica en torno a las condiciones de vida en Inglaterra durante la Revolución Industrial. Se consideran los diferentes elementos que forman parte de la discusión -precios, salarios, consumo, evolución y reparto de la renta, mortalidad. cond... View more
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