The Politics of Provisions: Food Riots, Moral Economy, and Market Transition in England, C. 1550-1850
This work traces the provision politics of emerging market society in England across its full three centuries; placing the burgeoning research on popular protests launched by E.P. Thompson's work in the context of recent syntheses on early modern economic history and state formation.
The Politics of Provisions
The Genesis of Provision Politics 15801650
The Formative Generation
A Viable but Doomed Provision Politics 17821812
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