Constructing Post-Imperial Britain: Britishness, 'Race' and by J. Burkett

By J. Burkett

the tip of empire formed the way in which the British public observed their position on the planet, society and the ethnic and racial limitations in their country. Focussing on essentially the most arguable corporations of the Nineteen Sixties, this booklet illuminates their important value in developing post-imperial Britain.

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