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C. R. Friedrichs, Capitalism, Mobility and Class Formation in the Early Modern German City, Past & Present, vol. 69, pp. 24-49, 1975.
C. R. Friedrichs, Early Capitalism and Its Enemies: The Wörner Family and the Weavers of Nördlingen, Business History Review, vol. 50, pp. 265-287, 1976.
C. R. Friedrichs, The First-Year History Course: The Case for Content, History and Social Science Teacher, vol. 24, pp. 128-31, 1989.
C. R. Friedrichs, German Cities in the Late Early Modern Era: Some Problems and Prospects, Urban History, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 72-85, 1996.
C. R. Friedrichs, Jewish household structure in an early modern town: The Worms ghetto census of 1610, The History of the Family, vol. 8, pp. 481-493, 2003.
C. R. Friedrichs, Leisure and Acculturation in the Jewish Community of Dresden, 1833-1837, Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, vol. 56, pp. 1-26, 2011.
C. R. Friedrichs, Marriage, Family and Social Structure in an Early Modern German Town, Canadian Historical Papers, pp. 17-40, 1975.
C. R. Friedrichs, Politics or Pogrom? The Fettmilch Uprising in German and Jewish History, Central European History, vol. 19, pp. 186-228, 1986.
C. R. Friedrichs, Teaching the Unteachable: A Canadian Perspective, The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 548, no. Nov., pp. 94-104, 1996.
C. R. Friedrichs, Urban Conflicts and the Imperial Constitution in Seventeenth-Century Germany, Journal of Modern History, vol. 58, no. Suppl., pp. S98-S123, 1986.
C. R. Friedrichs, Urban Politics and Urban Social Structure in Seventeenth-Century Germany, European History Quarterly, vol. 22, pp. 187-215, 1992.

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