Britain and America: Studies in Comparative History, 1760-1970
David Englander, Open University
Yale University Press, 1997 - History - 317 pages
Britain and the United States share a common language, a liberal and cultural heritage and a democratic political system. They also have pronounced differences, for their economic, political and social structures have developed in distinctive ways.
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