Universities and Elites in Britain Since 1800
Surveys the debates over British university history. Among the topics covered are the special character of universities in Scotland, Wales and Ireland and their contribution to national consciousness, the dispute over the "decline of the industrial spirit" and the composition of the British elite.
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