By B. W. E. Alford
The controversy over "Britain in decline" nonetheless rages within the educational, political and public spheres. during this concise undergraduate booklet, B.W.E. Alford examines Britain's financial improvement inside of a framework of political, social and cultural components, together with themes reminiscent of the alleged strategy of deindustrialization, the position of sterling, hard work family and the effect of presidency coverage. Professor Alford offers a transparent and crucial creation to the topic, but exhibits how advanced and deep-rooted are the factors of the "British Disease."
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