Race and Labour in Twentieth-Century Britain

1st Edition

Kenneth Lunn

Published May 17, 1986
Reference - 186 Pages
ISBN 9780714640525 - CAT# RU32171

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This collection of essays was put together with a view to furthering the study of the history of immigration into Britain. Naturally enough, a good deal of attention in recent years has been directed at 'race relations' in Britain from the 1960s onwards. As Peter Fryer's study, Staying Power (1984), has shown, there is a rich and important history of black settlement before these years and its significance in shaping responses towards more recent migrants has still to be adequately evaluated. We are constantly being reminded of the legacy of empire and its importance in terms of influencing current policy and attitudes.


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