This work represents a major survey of research which succeeds in opening up new perspectives on a number of European countries. The theme of social inequality is divided into sections on income, property, employment, education, housing, illness and death. The author finally attempts to develop a number of arguments about the relationship between industrialisation and social inequality, which are likely to stimulate further debate.
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Author Biography - Hartmut Kaelble
Dr. Hartmut Kaelble obtained his D.Phil in 1966 at the Free University of Berlin, where he became Professor of Social and Economic History in 1971.