Thomas Southcliffe Ashton

(1889—1968) economic historian

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(1889–1968), leading expert on the economic history of the Industrial Revolution and of eighteenth-century Great Britain.

Trained at Manchester, Thomas Southcliffe Ashton was one of the most influential economic historians ...

Subjects: Economics.

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