VG-/VG-A very nice, tight copy but with previous owner's light pencil underlining in areas of Part I and 6 names listed on back free end paper. Blue cloth/boards with silver lettering/decoration. Seafoam green dj with bw illus. and white lettering on spine. 353 pp. with 7 bw maps and numerous tables. The author aims to show how the Civil war of th 1640s and the Revolution of the 1760s might have been connected. Glamorgan, a heartland of the Industrial Revolution, but also home of some of the wealthiest squires in Western Britain, is the focus, in a synthesis of social, economic, and political changes leading to industrialisation. The book concludes by attempting to explain why Britain shoudl halve led the world in the twin processes of industrialisation and modernisation. In 3 main parts, with appendices.
Good/read description. Dust Jacket Included. 353 pages. Signature on slightly browning end paper. Previously owned (evidence of normal light use etc) sound clean tight hardback in frayed/sun faded dust wrapper. (All our books are sent securely packaged in cardboard)
Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 379 p. Contains: Illustrations.
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