Economic Change and the Railways in North India, 1860–1914

@article{Derbyshire1987EconomicCA,
  title={Economic Change and the Railways in North India, 1860–1914},
  author={I. Derbyshire},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={1987},
  volume={21},
  pages={521-545}
}
M. D. MORRIS re-opened the debate on late nineteenth-century Indian economic history with a brace of powerful, though conjectural, revisionist articles in 1963 and 1966.1 He questioned the then prevailing orthodoxy which viewed the late nineteenth century as a period of increasing population pressure on the land (exacerbated by the atrophy of handicraft production), of holding fragmentation, declining per capita food availability, and inimical commercialization of agriculture. This… Expand
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