Meat, Commerce and the City: The London Food Market, by Robyn S Metcalfe

By Robyn S Metcalfe

This learn examines the fight among Smithfield market's supporters and detractors and argues that this demonstrates a massive shift within the manner the city panorama got here to be used.

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