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Econ 210a: Weekly Memo Question: Feb 12

Econ 210a: Weekly Memo Question: Feb 5

Weekly Memo Question: Feb 5: Maxine Berg and Pat Hudson write that the "historiography of the industrial revolution in England has moved away from viewing the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as a unique turning point in economic and social development." Whether or not it has, do the papers this week make you think that economic historians should move away from viewing the British Industrial Revolution as the axis upon which global economic history turns, or not?