- Title Pages
- Editors and contributors
1The making and remaking of ‘common sense’ about British economic policy
2The ‘Big State’ versus the ‘Big Society’ in twentieth-century Britain
3‘One meaning blots out another’? Liberals and Labour in the East Midlands coalfield
4Cartooning the rise of Labour, 1900–21
5Novels for ‘thinking people’
6Myth and counter-myth in Second World War British politics
7Labour, nationalism and the problem of Welsh devolution, c.1939–64
8Defending the constitution
9Public and private languages of ‘class’ in the Luton by-election of 1963
10Community and the Labour left in 1970s London
11Labour, the Union and the rebirth of Welsh devolution
- Duncan Tanner
- The art of the possible
- Manchester University Press
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