The Formation of national States in Western Europe
Charles Tilly, Gabriel Ardant, Social Science Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Comparative Politics
Princeton University Press, 1975 - Počet stran: 711
Nine essays examine and evaluate, in relationship with current political and economic conditions, the events, processes, preconditions, and developments between 1500 and 1900 which brought about the establishment of powerful nation-states
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administration agricultural analysis Ancien Regime authority became bourgeoisie Brandenburg-Prussia Britain bureaucracy Carabinieri central changes cial cities civil classes common countries courts Crown cycle direct taxes dominant economic effects eighteenth century elite Empire England English enlightened absolutism established Estates European excise feudal fiscal food riot food supply force formation France French French Revolution functions Germany governmental grain growth important income increased industrial institutions Italy king labor land landlords levies Long Parliament Louis XIV ment military modern monarchy nineteenth century nobility noblesse de robe nomic officers organization Parliament peasantry peasants percent period personnel police systems political development population princes problems production Prussia recruitment reforms revenue Revolution role Rosenberg 1958 royal seventeenth century sixteenth social society Spain standing army state-building state-making structure taxation technical territory theories tion trade traditional Tudor variables Western Europe