Common Right, Enclosure and Social Change in England, 1700-1820
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
Year Published: 1993
Pages: 396pp ISBN: 978-0521440547
Commoners challenges the view that England had no peasantry or that it had disappeared before industrialization: rather it shows that common right and petty landholding shaped social relations in English villages, and that their loss at enclosure sharpened social antagonisms and imprinted on popular culture a pervasive sense of loss.
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