economic interpretation of history
Definition of economic interpretation of history
: the theory that in the last analysis economic factors including especially the level of technology attained by a particular society and the economic relations into which men enter on the basis of that technology exert a decisive influence on the course of political, social, and intellectual evolution — compare historical materialism
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