The Modern World-system: Capitalist agriculture and the origins of the European world-economy in the sixteenth century, Volume 1
An examination of the beginnings and early conditions of the European economic system elucidates the social effects of division of labor, class-formation, and international commerce.
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ON THE STUDY OF SOCIAL CHANGE
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