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THE SUCCESS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND THE FAILURE OF POLITICAL REVOLUTIONS:

HOW BRITAIN GOT LUCKY

FINDLAY DUNACHIE

Historical Notes No. 26

ISSN 0267-7105

ISBN 1 85637 347 9

An occasional publication of the Libertarian Alliance, 25 Chapter Chambers, Esterbrooke Street, London SW1P 4NN

www.libertarian.co.uk

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© 1996: Libertarian Alliance; Findlay Dunachie.

Findlay Dunachie was born in China of missionary stock in 1928 and came to Britain at the end of the war. He took a degree with Honours in Zoology at Glasgow University and worked after that as a technician and research assistant in the Royal Technical College that later became the University of Strathclyde. He has published papers in marine biology, pesticide toxicity and parasitology. He is married to a biology teacher and lives in Glasgow.

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