Re-stating Social and Political Change

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Open University Press, 1996 - 208 pages
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Re-Stating Social and Political Change provides a critical introduction to the social, political and cultural changes that have occurred in Britain since the war, and argues that these changes can best be understood in terms of a theory of the state.

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