Crime and the Law - Early Modern England - Keith E Wrightson - Lecture 15 of 25 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Great Britain (UK) History

Description: In this lecture Professor Wrightson examines the problem of order in early modern society, focusing on crimes of violence and upon property crime. In examining violence, he notes the existence of special cases geographically (the borderlands) and socially (aristocratic violence) before looking at the lower (and gradually declining) levels of homicide in general.
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