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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1964. Department of History.
This thesis is a study of guild structure from the beginning of 1340 to 1348, a time when there were three major changes in governmental organization. Of special concern will be the nature and implications of “guild changes” during the eight years. The term “guild changes” is used to indicate various alterations in guild functions, structure and economic and political role.
Advisor: William M. Bowsky