United Kingdom?: Class, Race, and Gender Since the War

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This overview of British society since the end of World War II examines three major sources of social division. It questions why Britain has become a divided society, whether the popular idea of "two nations" has any justification and what characteristics bind British society together.

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Forces of conflict
Reform and reaction
Two gears of class

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