The Making of Modern British Politics: 1867 - 1945

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Wiley, Feb 1, 2002 - History - 304 pages
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The third edition of this successful text has been revised to include a new chapter on the politics of the Second World War, and to reflect recent developments in research into the period.
  • Third edition of this insightful survey of changes in British politics
  • Now extended to cover the politics of the Second World War and the election of 1945
  • Extensively revised in the light of recent research
  • Looks at the Labour Party's evolution into a national rather than sectional party
  • Includes updated suggestions for further reading

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Martin Pugh is Research Professor in History at Liverpool John Moores University. His previous books include Electoral Reform in War and Peace (1978), The Tories and the People (1985), Women and the Women's Movement in Britain (1992) and The March of the Women: a revisionist analysis of the women's suffrage movement (2000). He is also the editor of Blackwell Publishers' Companion to Modern European History, 1871-1945 (1997).

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