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Sexual Politics: Sexuality, Family Planning, and the British Left from the 1880s to the Present Day Hardcover – 24 Nov 2011


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this book covers new ground and is full of important insights and ideas...it is sure to become an essential work in British political history and Brookes lucid and lively style will ensure that it is widely read. (Kate Fisher, Twentieth Century British History)

Stephen Brooke's work is a fascinating and important contribution...Full of colourful nuggets of history, Brooke pieces together a detailed account of how British leftists made their peace with sexual politics, and found their own ways to be equality pioneers. (Olivia Bailey, Renewal)

Highly recommended. (H. L. Smith, CHOICE)

[Brooke] convincingly argues that bringing sexuality into politics might not just result in accommodation from the centre, but a gradual, powerful transformation of that centre. (Times Literary Supplement)

a much needed intervention in the history of politics and sexuality in the 20th century - a book which students and researchers of the subject will find essential and also, due to the clarity of the argument and lucidity of tone, enjoyable ... a book which should provoke debate and focus minds for years to come. (Charles Smith, Reviews in History)

About the Author

Stephen Brooke has been a co-editor of the journal Twentieth-Century British History since 2004 and managing editor since 2010. He has also served on the editorial boards of Contemporary British History and the Journal of British Studies.

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