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The Land Question in Britain, 1750-1950

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The Land Question in Britain, 1750-1950
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The 'Land Question' occupied a central place in political and cultural debates in Britain for nearly two centuries. From parliamentary enclosure in the mid-eighteenth century to the fierce Labour party debate concerning the nationalization of land after World War Two, the fate of the land held the power to galvanize the attention of the nation.

Author Biography

JOHN BECKETT Professor of English Regional History, the University of Nottingham, UK KATHRYN BERESFORD Doctoral graduate, University College London, UK PHILIP BULL Associate Professor in History and Director of the Innovative Universities European Union Centre, LaTrobe University, Australia. EWEN CAMERON Reader in Scottish History, the University of Edinburgh, UK MALCOLM CHASE Professor of Social History, the University of Leeds, UK MATTHEW CRAGOE Professor of Modern British History, University of Sussex, UK CLARE GRIFFITHS Senior Lecturer in Modern History, the University of Sheffield, UK ANTHONY HOWE Professor of Modern History, the University of East Anglia, UK IAN PACKER Reader in History, the University of Lincoln, UK ROLAND QUINAULT Reader in History, London Metropolitan University, UK PAUL READMAN Senior Lecturer in Modern British History, King's College London, UK ANTONY TAYLOR Senior Lecturer in History, Sheffield Hallam University, UK F.M.L. THOMPSON Emeritus Professor of History, University of London, UK MICHAEL TURNER Professor of Economic History, the University of Hull, UK IAN WAITES Senior Lecturer in the History of Art, the University of Lincoln, UK.
Release date Australia
January 20th, 2010
Contributors
Edited by Matthew Cragoe Edited by Paul Readman
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
XIV, 281 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
281
Dimensions
140x216x21
ISBN-13
9780230203402
Product ID
3537794

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