Late nineteenth-century Britain and America: The people and the empire
Late nineteenth-century Britain and America: The people and the empire

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Late nineteenth-century Britain and America: The people and the empire

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Pelling, Henry (1968) Popular Politics and Society in Late Victorian Britain, Macmillan.
Price, Richard (1972) An Imperial War and the British Working Class, Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Stedman Jones, Gareth (1972) ‘The History of US Imperialism’ in Robert Blackburn (ed.) Ideology in Social Science, Fontana.
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