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Professor Laura L. Frader published The Industrial Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2006). Professor Frader’s study uses a wide variety of primary source documents to chronicle a period of great international social and technological change that began in England in the 18th century. Her book relies on primary sources such as personal diaries, advice books, poems, business reports, letters, photos, and essays to tell the story behind this rapidly changing period and its far-reaching effects.Published On: Novembe

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