The Brenner Debate: Agrarian Class Structure and Economic Development in Pre-industrial Europe (Past and Present Publications) Kindle Edition
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It's problematic, as as many bold arguments are, in that it overemphasizes its own Big Idea not just against the existing orthodoxy but also presumes a great deal against other countercurrents (including ones not yet imagined when it was written) less founded in a Marxist analysis of historical cause and effect. But that's about the worst thing I can say about the content. In terms of readability it is a work that is condemned to be skimmed rather than read by all but the most dedicated readers, and that is unfortunately what relegates it to the status of background reference if you're interested in the field rather than something you would be likely to read in its own right or, god forbid, for pleasure.