The Cambridge Economic History of Europe: Volume 5, The Economic Organization of Early Modern Europe
E. E. Rich, C. H. Wilson
Cambridge University Press, Sep 8, 1977 - History - 750 pages
This volume of The Cambridge Economic History of Europe looks at economic organization during the early modern period.
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