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RURAL WORKERS AND THE ROLE OF THE RURAL IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLISH FOOD RIOTING

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Title
RURAL WORKERS AND THE ROLE OF THE RURAL IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLISH FOOD RIOTING
Published in
Historical Journal, April 2021
DOI 10.1017/s0018246x21000029
Authors

CARL J. GRIFFIN

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#13,981,051
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#717
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#15
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