|Title: ||The nature and importance of English clubs|
|Authors: ||Macfarlane, Alan|
|Issue Date: ||5-Aug-2004|
|Abstract: ||Alan Macfarlane visits Black’s club in London and explains the role of clubs in British History. In particular they provided the place to exchange new ideas, as in the Lunar Society, and this lay behind the fusion of science and technology which we know as the industrial revolution.|
|Appears in Collections:||Digital Orient|
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