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A broad, comparative topical overview of Europe in the 17th century. Topics of chapters include:

• Population
• Economic Policy and Ideas
• Commerce, Finance, and Communications
• Industries
• Armies
• Navies
• International Law and Diplomacy
• Colonies
• Political Though
• Mathematics and Science
• Philosophy
• Education
• Religion
• Literature

"The purpose of this book is to examine so
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Paperback, 378 pages
Published by Clarendon Press (first published 1929)
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Note: also published as G.N. Clark.

Sir George Norman Clark was a 20th century British historian. Educated at Manchester Grammar School and Balliol College, Oxford, he became the inaugural Chichele Professor of Economic History at the University of Oxford in 1931 (with the accompanying Fellowship at All Souls), a post he held until 1943. From then until 1947 he was Regius Professor of Modern Histor
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