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Britishness sinceby Paul Ward London: One underlying question runs through much contemporary political discussion in the United Kingdom.
What does it mean to be British? Thoroughly familiar with the contribution which historians have made to this topic, Paul Ward offers a critique of britidhness which have been commonplace in certain quarters and sets out his own position with clarity, firmness and good humour.
It is perhaps this fact that has led to strikingly different conclusions about its current health, or lack of it.
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