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Modern England: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present

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Paperback, Second Edition, 685 pages
Published 1980 by Harper & Row (first published 1969)
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Top-notch overview of English history from the mid-18th century onwards. Focus is primarily on political history, with some economic history and a smattering of social and cultural stuff.
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Professor Robert Kiefer Webb was an eminent scholar of British history; his particular interest was in the reforms of the Unitarian religious movement.
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