Richard tawney

Richard Henry, 1880–1962, English historian, born in Calcutta.
R(ichard) H(enry). 1880–1962, British economic historian, born in India. His chief works are The Acquisitive Society (1920), Religion and the Rise of Capitalism (1926), and Equality (1931)


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