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State and Society: A Social and Political History of Britain Since 1870 (Arnold History of Britain) Paperback – 16 Feb 2012
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About the Author
Martin Pugh was Professor of British History at Newcastle University and Research Professor in History at Liverpool John Moores University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a member of the advisory panel of the BBC History Magazine, and the author of over twelve books on nineteenth- and twentieth-century history. His previous publications include Women and the Women's Movement in Britain 1914-1959, A Companion to Modern European History 1871-1945, The Pankhursts: The History of One Radical Family, Speak for Britain: A New History of the Labour Party and We Danced All Night: A Social History of Britain Between the Wars.
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13 May 2016
Decent textbook with a breadth of information spanning decades upon decades. However, very much biased in some instances, especially talking about Thatcher - the chapter may as well be called 'Criticisms of Thatcherism'.