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Civil Liberties and Human Rights in Twentieth-Century Britain Kindle Edition
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'… a revealing account of a long-lived NGO, with many insights into British politics and society through its lifetime. … Moores provides an excellent survey and analysis of the many, complex activities of NCCL/Liberty and its shifting fortunes over time.' Pat Thane, Cercles
A history of civil liberties activism in twentieth-century Britain, focusing primarily on the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL). This study traces the NCCL's development over the past eighty years. It accounts for the emergence of human rights in political discourse and offers insights into Britain's changing political culture.
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