Sport and the English, 1918-1939

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Taylor & Francis, 2006 - History - 185 pages
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Contents

The place of sport in national life
1
the mass media
24
celebrity stars and heroes
42
Traditions and innovations
60
sport and pleasure
77
sportsmanship and decorum
97
Englishness and isolationism
113
Class conflict and cohesion
133
Conclusion
152
Notes
159
References
169
Index
178
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Mike Huggins is a part-time lecturer in history at St. Martin's College, Ambleside.

Jack Williams is Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture at Auburn University.

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