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The social revolution.
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Allen states that his explanation for the industrial revolution differs from most others because others tend to focus on the social structure, property rights, science and cultural aspects of the revolution, which Allen feels does not really apply or explain the industrial revolution at all.
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A Social Revolution: Politics and the Welfare State in Iran, by Kevan Harris. Oakland: University of California Press, pages. Oakland: University of California Press, pages. Published with permission from The Middle East Journal, a publication of the Middle East Institute, where this book review first appeared.
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