By David Morgan
It truly is commonly authorized that Britain was once held jointly throughout the moment international battle by way of a spirit of nationwide democratic `consensus'. yet whose pursuits did the consensus serve? and the way did it get to the bottom of within the years instantly after victory?
This good saw and powerfully argued e-book overturns lots of our assumptions in regards to the nationwide spirit of 1939-45. It indicates that the present go back to right-wing politics in Britain was once prefigured via ideologies of swap in the course of and instantly after the war.
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