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The Journal of Economic History. Volume 38, Issue 4. December 1978, p. 967. Towns in Societies: Essays in Economic History and Historical Sociology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978. University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Towns in Societies: Essays in Economic History and Historical Sociology. But it is not semantics which concerns Abrams; rather, it is a more fundamental conceptual problem. Should towns be treated as social realities?
Abrams, P. and Е. rigley (eds) (1978), Towns in Societies: Essays in Economic History and Historical Sociology, Cambridge University Press. Appian (1982), Roman History, Loeb Classical Library, Harvard University Press (translated from Greek of circa 150AD). Hopkins, K. (1978a), Economic Growth and Towns in Classical Antiquity, in Abrams and Wrig- ley. PP- З5-77- Hopkins, К. (1978b), Conquerors and Slaves, Cambridge University Press.
History, Sociology, Historical Sociology Philip Abrams Past and . Number 87. individual and society, of consciousness and being, action and struc-ture.
History, Sociology, Historical Sociology Philip Abrams Past and Present, No. 87. (May, 1980), pp. 3-16. The common ground is not as yet very extensive but it is perhaps fundamental.
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