This classic volume, first published in 1928, is a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the Industrial Revolution. Arranged in three distinct parts, it covers: * Preparatory Changes * Inventions and Factories * The Immediate Consequences. A valuable reference, it is, as Professor T. S. Ashton says in his preface to this work, 'in both its architecture and detail this volume is by far the best introduction to the subject in any language... one of a few works on economic history that can justly be spoken of as classics'.An outline of the beginnings of the modern factory system in England Paul Mantoux. invention will suffer if it appears too long before the moment when the need it is meant to satisfy has reached its climax. V This moment had at last arrived.
|Title||:||The Industrial Revolution in the Eighteenth Century|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-11-05|