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Chapter 3: Historical geographies of wealth: opportunities, institutions and accumulation, c. 1800–1930
3. Historical geographies of wealth: opportunities, institutions and accumulation, c. 1800–1930 Alastair Owens and David R. Green* INTRODUCTION Studies of long- run trends in the distribution of wealth have mainly focused on understanding and see...
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