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La Sociedad Inglesa En El Siglo Xviii

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  • Eva María Rodríguez Cobos
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    A finales del siglo XVIII la nobleza y las clases medias habían acumulado considerables riquezas gracias al comercio y ejercían un poder considerable a través del Parlamento. La nueva organización del sistema agrícola dio más beneficios a las clases altas, produjo más comida para una sociedad en aumento y creó un nuevo proletariado que trabajaría para la Revolución Industrial. Pero mientras la Revolución Francesa fue apoyada por las clases medias, las ideas revolucionarias no tuvieron la misma acogida en Inglaterra.

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    Article provided by Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a las Ciencias Sociales.

    Volume (Year): (2009)
    Issue (Month): 2009-11 (November)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:coccss:y:2009:i:2009-11:36

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    Keywords: sociedad inglesa; siglo XVIII; nobleza; Parlamento;

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