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Product NameNed Ludd & Queen Mab: Machine-Breaking, Romanticism, And The Several Commons Of 1811-12 (Pm Pamphlet)
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AuthorPeter Linebaugh
Page Count48
Long DescriptionPeter Linebaugh, in an extraordinary historical and literary tour de force, enlists the anonymous and scorned 19th century loom-breakers of the English midlands into the front ranks of an international, polyglot, many-colored crew of commoners resisting dispossession in the dawn of capitalist modernity.
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