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Series: British Studies Series

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Britain Since 1939: Progress and Decline by David Childs1995
Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press by S. P. Rosenbaum1995
The Early Parties and Politics in Britain, 1688-1832 by Brian W. Hill1996
A History of Conservative Politics, 1900-1996 by John Charmley1996
Government and community in the English provinces, 1700-1870 by David Eastwood1997
A History of the British Labour Party by Andrew Thorpe1997
Inventing and resisting Britain : cultural identities in Britain and Ireland, 1685-1789 by Murray Pittock1997
Power in Tudor England by David Loades1997
British history, 1660-1832 by Alexander Murdoch1998
The Evolution of English Justice: Law, Politics, and Society in the Fourteenth Century by Anthony Musson1999
A History of Britain, 1885-1939 by John Davis1999
A History of British Trade Unionism, 1700-1998 by W.Hamish Fraser1999
The National Government, 1931-40 (British Studies) by Nick Smart1999
Women, Gender and Industrialisation in England 1700-1870 by Katrina Honeyman2000
The British Economy in the Twentieth Century by Alan Booth2001
The Making of the Modern English State, 1460-1660 by Philip Edwards2001
Restoration and Revolution in Britain: Political Culture in the Era of Charles II and the Glorious Revolution by Gary De Krey2007
British Political Thought, 1500-1660: The Politics of the Post-Reformation by G. Burgess2009
Britain's International Role, 1970-1991 by Michael J. Turner2010

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