Urbanism, Industry and Services
The politiconomic policies of the state resulted in a very rapid growth of towns, cities and urban activities: the growth of urban incomes and consumption, and the demise of agriculture and the peasantry, resulted in a cumulative exodus from villages into towns; the expansion of the state bureaucracy, and the further — in fact, phenomenal — concentration of administrative decisions, led to a torrent of immigrants from smaller towns into larger cities.
KeywordsSugar Depression Income Aspirin Expense
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