Aldrich, Robert, 1954-.
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Robert Aldrich, Frank B. Tipton. Cultural Encounters and Homoeroticism in Sri Lanka: Sex and Serendipity. Memoirs of Mad Dog. Robert Aldrich.
ISBN13:9780312236809. Robert Aldrich, Frank B. John Connell, Robert Aldrich.
Economy and Society in Burgundy since 1850, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 1984. Both the methods and content of the book were well-received by critics. With Frank B. Tipton) An Economic and Social History of Europe from 1939 to the Present, Johns Hopkins University Press (Baltimore, MD), 1987.
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Howard E. Aldrich (born 1943) is an American sociologist and Kenan Professor of Sociology and Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kenan Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Howard E. Aldrich (born 1943) is an American sociologist and Kenan Professor of Sociology and Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kenan Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
by K. Aldrich · data of the book Economy and Society in Burgundy. Economy and Society in Burgundy Since 1850.
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Colonial Society and Economy. Although the colonists enjoyed a good deal of political autonomy through their elected assemblies (for example, the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Maryland House of Delegates), the colonies were part of the English imperial system. The Navigation Acts, first enacted by Parliament in 1660, regulated trade by requiring that goods be shipped on English ships with predominantly English crews and that certain commodities, called enumerated articles, be shipped to only England or its colonies.