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The conclusion draws out some of the historiographical implications of the book’s narrative. It devotes particular attention to the way in which this narrative decentres the categories that have conventionally been employed to understand post-war political history. And it suggests ways in which the study of political thought can be enhanced by adopting a more conceptual approach to the history of ideas. An epilogue brings the book’s arguments into a dialogue with contemporary debates about distributive justice.

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Britain’s meritocratic moment, 1937–1988


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