British Government Policy and Decolonisation, 1945-1963: Scrutinising the Official Mind

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Political Science - 337 pages
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This book is an in-depth study of the importnace of the Empire-Commonwealth in the two decades after WWII for Britain's self-image as a great power. By studying a wide range of debates on general and specific imperial problems, the book highlights the "official mind" of decolonization - and of late imperialism.
 

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Contents

The EmpireCommonwealth under the Attlee Governments
11
The EmpireCommonwealth under Churchill and Eden
87
The EmpireCommonwealth under the First Macmillan
159
The EmpireCommonwealth under the Second Macmillan
217
Conclusion
291
Bibliography
313
Index
331
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