Manchester: Making the Modern City by Alan Kidd & Terry Wyke

£28.00

this is a hardback edition of “Manchester: Making the Modern City” by Alan Kidd and Terry Wyke. Through detailed analysis and historical narratives, the authors explore how Manchester emerged from it’s huge importance at the heart of the industrial revolution to become a key player in the global economy and how its growth has shaped the modern urban landscape.

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Manchester: Making the Modern City by Alan Kidd & Terry Wyke

  • Publisher: Liverpool University Press, 2016
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9781846318771
  • First edition
  • 250 x 195 mm.
  • 400 pagesthis is a hardback edition of “Manchester: Making the Modern City” by Alan Kidd and Terry Wyke. Through detailed analysis and historical narratives, the authors explore how Manchester emerged from it’s huge importance at the heart of the industrial revolution to become a key player in the global economy and how its growth has shaped the modern urban landscape.Condition:
    The dustwrapper is clean, bright, and in near fine condition. There are a couple of small stains to the top edges of the pages. The binding is tight, and the interior is fresh and in fine condition.