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British Politics, Society and the State since the Late Nineteenth Century

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 273
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22 August 1990

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22 August 1990

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This stimulating new text reflects on the extraordinary political stability in Britain, compared with much of continental Europe, over the last hundred years. It also provides a historical perspective on current political...

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This stimulating new text reflects on the extraordinary political stability in Britain, compared with much of continental Europe, over the last hundred years. It also provides a historical perspective on current political issues, especially on the attempts of the present administration to reduce the state's involvement in welfare and in the funding of other public services. In examining these areas, the author argues that they have been shaped by the conflict between individualistic and collectivist ideas and until recently have been dominated by the latter.

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Introduction
The Crisis of Liberalism
The Impact of the Great War
The Impact of the Depression
The Impact of the Second World War
The Postwar Consensus and its Demise
Conclusion
Bibliography.
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