Role of Transportation in the Industrial Revolution

Role of Transportation in the Industrial Revolution

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Addressing the question of why the Industrial Revolution occurred first in England, Rick Szostak demonstrates the crucial role played by the development of a nation-wide network of land and water transport. He rejects revisionist arguments that downplay the significance of transportation to the Industrial Revolution, underrate the amplitude and influence of the English Industrial Revolution, and deny French economic retardation.Extracts from Reaumur; An Essay on the Mystery of Tempering Steel. Say, Jean- Baptiste. 1852. Cours Complet da#39;Economie Politique. (Compilation of earlier writings). Scrivenor, Henry. 1841. A Comprehensive History of the Iron Erode. Shawanbsp;...

Title:Role of Transportation in the Industrial Revolution
Author: Rick Szostak
Publisher:McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1991-06-01

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