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Why did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? IntroductionWhy did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? Introduction
Background factors also include enlightened political leadership as well as naked political self-interest linked to party self-interest and survival
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Iww in the first 20 years of this century. The rupture of the 1960's, precisely because the working class struggle was much more developed, was also sharper and more far-reaching than any previous ruptures
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Why did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? IntroductionWhy did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? Introduction
Background factors also include enlightened political leadership as well as naked political self-interest linked to party self-interest and survival
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Be his payment high or low”: The American Working Class of the Sixties By Martin GlabermanBe his payment high or low”: The American Working Class of the Sixties By Martin Glaberman
Facing Reality Second Edition with some marginal corrections. The pamphlet from which this was taken also included a 1970 article by Glaberman “uaw strongman: Reuther in Retrospect” which is not included here.]
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Class Conflict, Social Democracy, and Regulation in Australia Since 1890 and in a Global Capitalist Context Christopher LloydClass Conflict, Social Democracy, and Regulation in Australia Since 1890 and in a Global Capitalist Context Christopher Lloyd
More particularly, it is argued here that the connections between social democracy, capitalism, welfare states, and welfare societies is a matter of the complex history of systemic regulation of capitalism both in its North Atlantic heartland
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Industrial Revolution MatchingIndustrial Revolution Matching
While the engine runs, people must work—men, women, and children are yoked together with iron and steam. The animal machine is chained fast to the iron machine, which knows no suffering and weariness.”
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1. China’s Geography1. China’s Geography
Unlike most mountain ranges in the U. S. that go north—south, the Chinese mountain ranges largely go northeast—southwest, creating very different climates in different regions
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Amicus Curiae as an Instrument for Advocacy, Investigation and MobilisationAmicus Curiae as an Instrument for Advocacy, Investigation and Mobilisation
Ich play an increasingly important role in all our lives, have no inbuilt conscience. But governments and ordinary people acting collectively have a precious responsibility to make the huge companies that dominate the markets accountable for how they respond to the
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The Rise of the NazisThe Rise of the Nazis
Fifty years ago this month, Adolf Hitler was appointed Reich Chancellor of Germany by the aging President Hindenburg. How were the Nazis able to 'seize power' in this way? Jeremy Noakes begins our special feature by explaining their
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Nazi germanyNazi germany
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Jacob Burckhardt: History as Education and Culture David MelsonJacob Burckhardt: History as Education and Culture David Melson
Knowledge of history, in Burckhardt’s estimation, formed the very identities and essences of the peoples of Europe. Forgetting the past would only lead to disaster
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Lecture 03 The Great Depression and ‘Recovery’ in the 1930s introductionLecture 03 The Great Depression and ‘Recovery’ in the 1930s introduction
This lecture will consider how the origins of the 1929-32 Great Depression, and how it affected the economies of France, Germany and Spain in the 1930s. It will be divided into two parts
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Tekstiiliteollisuusmuseo 2006 tekstiiliteollisuuden historia 1820-2000Tekstiiliteollisuusmuseo 2006 tekstiiliteollisuuden historia 1820-2000
Manufaktuureiden tuotanto oli verrattain laajaa – monessa maassa tuotteita riitti vientiinkin. Suomessa manufaktuureita perustettiin 1600-1800-luvulla
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