This book identifies the strategic changes that affected Britain from 1750-1850.It did not extend to industrial areas, where relief came in the form of unemployment assistance rather than in family allowances supplementing wages . ... But this argument depends on the assumption that in the rural areas the chain of cause and effect ran from high poor-relief payments to large families ... 1 T. R. Malthus, An Essay in Populat1on (originally published I 798), Everyman ed., vol. n (n.d.), p.
|Title||:||The First Industrial Revolution|
|Author||:||P. M. Deane|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1979|