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The Land Question in Britain, Hardcover – 15 Feb MATTHEW CRAGOE is Professor of Modern British History, University of Sussex, UK. PAUL READMAN is Senior Lecturer in Modern British History, King's College London, UK, where he is also Head of the History Department.
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This volume deserves to be widely read, and not just by political historians. Social and cultural historians will find much in this collection that reinforces the image of London as a national and imperial metropolis; as a place of conflict over space, class and religion; and as an arena for anxieties surrounding gender and poverty. Political historians will find rich pickings, especially for the way in which several of the essays problemise popular radicalism, revealing it to be a heterogeneous, even incoherent, political movement.

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