Under Siege: Racism and Violence in Britain Today
Under Siege charts the period between 1945 and 1988 when British immigration policy shifted from an open-door policy, welcoming immigrants, to the 1981 Nationality Act when over 200 million former citizens were deemed to be non-citizens, It examines the street level consequences of policy debate in which all parties represented anti-immigrant points of view.
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