“Carbon, Mere Carbon”: The Kohinoor, the Crystal Palace, and the Mission to Make Sense of British India

@article{Young2007CarbonMC,
  title={“Carbon, Mere Carbon”: The Kohinoor, the Crystal Palace, and the Mission to Make Sense of British India},
  author={Paul David Young},
  journal={Nineteenth-Century Contexts},
  year={2007},
  volume={29},
  pages={343 - 358}
}
  • P. Young
  • Published 1 December 2007
  • Economics
  • Nineteenth-Century Contexts
Taylor and Francis Ltd GNCC_A_276799.sgm 10.1080/089054 0701768089 Nineteenth-Ce tury Contexts 0890-5495 (pri t)/147 -2663 (online) Original Article 2 07 & Francis 9 4 00December 2007 P u You g .Young@ex ter.ac.uk The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations, 1851, was seen by contemporary commentators to map out a new world order. Represented with reference to the eirenic and dynamic benefits of an international division of labor, and to Britain’s legitimate position as the… 
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