Britain and America: Studies in Comparative History, 1760-1970

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Yale University Press, 1997 - History - 317 pages
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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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Contents

Economic Development
49
The City
101
Massachusetts and Leeds England 18501920
149
Class and Class Conflict
169
machinists 19141919
196
Gender Citizenship and Welfare
221
in Britain 19001911 and the United States 18801920
242
United States
276
Index
307
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David Englander is Lecturer in European Humanities Studies.

Diana Norman is Lecturer in Art History.

Rosemary O'Day is Senior Lecturer in History.

W. R. Owens is Staff Tutor in Literature.

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