Wars and State-Making Reconsidered: The Rise of the Interventionist StateWars and State-Making Reconsidered: The Rise of the Interventionist State
Whiggish government of Sir Robert Walpole or the Tory government of William Pitt that the central government or even the justices of the peace, did much for the lower classes besides dispense poor relief.”iii
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The British state and slaveryThe British state and slavery
The British state and slavery: George Baillie, merchant of London and St Vincent, and the Exchequer loans of the 1790
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From Diaspora to Multi-Locality: Writing British-Asian CitiesFrom Diaspora to Multi-Locality: Writing British-Asian Cities
Argus, 9 July 1964); a ‘Black Coronation Street’ (Sunday Mirror, 4 June 1978); and ‘the Mecca of the North’ with Ayatollahs of its own
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From Williams’s thesis to Williams Thesis. An anti-colonial trajectory1From Williams’s thesis to Williams Thesis. An anti-colonial trajectory1
Review essay of Eric Williams, The economic aspect of the Abolition of the West Indian slave trade and slavery. Edited by Dale W. Tomich
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Britain and the World Since 1750Britain and the World Since 1750
Cold War in the formation of our neoliberal present. Or that is the absurd ambition. There will be a lot of reading but no writing
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