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Lehning finds that economic development in Marlhes did not destroy its peasantry. Rather, the peasants adjusted to the commercial forces of the industrial world by adapting traditional forms of behavior and attitudes toward the new conditions, not abandoning old ways and adopting unfamiliar ones. In fact, the peasant family was a remarkably flexible unit, adapting patterns of family behavior to the impact of industry, market agriculture, and heavy rural-urban migration.
Originally published in 1980.
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Book Description The Macmillan Press Ltd., London, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Hardcover in good condition. No jacket. Ex-university library. From Trinity College New Library, Cambridge. Leading corners and spine ends are lightly bumped and worn. Embossed stamp on front board. Tape residue on spine foot. Stamps on page block and a few pages within. Barcode label on front pastedown. Correction fluid on FEP. Text remains clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 442816