Unravelling of the post-war consensus and the peculiarities of Liverpool
in We shall not be moved
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This chapter sets the stage of contemporary post-war British history and how that experience played out in Liverpool. It charts the rise of neoliberalism as a challenge to the post-war consensus as well as tracing the roots of deindustrialisation and the fragmentation of Britain’s once vital working class.

We shall not be moved

How Liverpool’s working class fought redundancies, closures and cuts in the age of Thatcher


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