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The British countryside of the nineteenth century was the first area in the country to experience the massive transition to capitalist agriculture and capitalist industry. It was also the area that experienced the most irrevocable long-term changes to its way of life. These volumes are a study of the political thought upon the group of problems experienced as a result of this transition, as such providing an account of the development of Socialist thought in Great Britain.
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Book Description Arno Press, Salem, New Hampshire, U.S.A., 1979. Cloth. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. A clean, sound & tidy in attractive green leatherette covers. Very minor little scratch on the rear side edge. Thick & bulky, so may need more shipping on overseas or Priority orders. Benefits the Friends of the Albany, Ca library. Seller Inventory # 023363
Book Description Arno Press, New York, 1979. Large 8vo. pp 361; 441. Two volumes in one. Original publisher's faux green leather boards, lettered silver on spine and front cover. Reprint of the 1920 edition published by G. Bell, London. From the library of J.P. Mayer (1903 - 1992) with his neat book stamp on the front endpaper. J. P. Mayer was the advisory editor for the Arno Press series. Later he became professor Emeritus at Reading University and authored books on De Tocqueville, Max Weber and French political thought. He fled to England in 1936 having been a leading figure in the anti-Nazi movement in Germany. He then worked for Britain in the Ministry of Economic Warfare. This book is very heavy, and delivery costs may be a consideration especially outside Britain. ISBN: 0405116780 About fine. Seller Inventory # C37729