Introduction
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The editors introduce the volume and the chapter is in two parts. The first part summarises the themes of the book and the arguments of each of the essays and the second part is an appreciation of the life and work of the person in his whose honour the essays have been written.

People, places and identities

Themes in British social and cultural history, 1700s–1980s

Editors: Alan Kidd and Melanie Tebbutt

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