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Britain’s Place in the World: A historical enquiry into import controls 1945-60

There is considerable agreement among historians that any explanation of Britain’s post-war relative economic decline must take into account the foreign economic policy choices made by British governments after 1945. A common argument in the 1960s used to justify programmes of economic and social modernisation was that Britain for too long had pursued grandeur atContinue reading “Britain’s Place in the World: A historical enquiry into import controls 1945-60”