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Research in Economic History: Vol 18
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Contains six contributions divided between British and US topics. This volume discusses the use of the Charity Commission Reports as a source for the study of British economic history, revisits the old debate about whether nineteenth century industrialization in Britain worsened or improved conditions for child labour, and more.

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