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Response to Review no. 367

In accepting the opportunity to reply to Dr Ditchfield’s generous review of my book I shall concentrate on his criticism of my treatment of the concept of the ‘Evangelical Revival’. The basic concept of the Evangelical Revival comes from ecclesiastical or church history, and presupposes an orthodox Christian view of history in which the firstContinue reading “Response to Review no. 367”

British Government Policy and Decolonisation 1945-1963: Scrutinising the Official Mind

At first sight the idea of another scrutiny of the official mind hardly seems likely to add much to the debate on the end of empire. The controversy has somewhat died down in recent years, perhaps because of the plethora of documents emanating from official minds and reproduced in the British Documents on the EndContinue reading “British Government Policy and Decolonisation 1945-1963: Scrutinising the Official Mind”