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By Mattie Dogen

Книга посвященная фортифкации Нового времени, точнее XVII века. Издана тогда же.

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The people of Nottinghamshire did not all go around smashing machines, but they saw to it that the boys who did were not caught. Trades-union leaders were not averse to joining in a petition with the small manufacturer or sitting on a platform with a helpful Anglican parson, but this did not necessarily stop them from stoning blacklegs in a strike or sharpening pikes when all else failed. (Morris 1979: 45–46) Class-based action can be defined as “organized antagonism with a nationwide appeal to all members of a broad social level,” as was evident, for instance, in Britain in the Parliamentary Reform Movement of 1816–19 (Perkin 1969: 209) and in the interconnected industrial conflicts of the 1820s and early 1830s (Randall and Charlesworth 1996: 5).

31 In particular, class tends to be conflated with class consciousness and action, thus making the existence of the former dependent on the latter. But a class may exist irrespective of whether all its 30 31 “dependent development” are an effect of class structures and state policies that act to privilege and disadvantage different sectors within third world societies. Dependency is class dependency, not state dependency; it is a dependency internal to states, not between states. See Halperin 1997a for a review of the relevant arguments and evidence.

The “Liberal” State? As Polanyi rightly pointed out, “the road to the free market was opened and kept open by an enormous increase in continuous, centrally organized and controlled interventionism” (1944: 140). However, according to his account, the state subsequently assumed a predominantly liberal character and, consistent with conceptions of the state in liberal theory, functioned as an autonomous actor. 13 The “self-regulating” market was, as Polanyi acknowledged, an ideal, but it was farther from being a reality than he recognized.

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