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By McKibbin, Ross
Taking the period from the end of World War I until the mid-1950s, Ross McKibbin investigates the ways in which class culture characterized English society, and intruded into every aspect of life. The study also explores the social and ideological foundations of English politics.
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Democracy and Political Culture: Studies in Modern British History attempts to give a total picture of the political-social culture of Great Britain in the twentieth century. It is a study of British democracy and asks the question: what does it mean to describe Britain as a demo...cratic society?Read more
The 'sequel' to the author's best-selling Classes and Cultures, this is the history of British politics in the first decades of universal suffrage.
A study of the social character of the British working class from the 1880s to the 1950s. Its central themes are working-class cultures and organizations, the relationship between the working class and other classes and the class changes wrought by two World Wars.
By Black, Lawrence; etc.; Foreword by McKibbin, Ross
Cultural Writing. CONSENSUS OR COERCION seeks to offer a new perspective on post-war British history and the welfare state. Focusing upon the notion of social cohesion, the book examines the relationship between 'the people' and 'the state' in areas as diverse as race relations, ...housing social services, political activism, television and the family.Read more
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