From Anger to Apathy: The Story of Politics, Society and Popular Culture in Britain Since 1975

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In this groundbreaking new book, Mark Garnett charts the changes in British politics, society, and culture since 1975. In the mid-1970s, Britons spent much of their time complaining and seemingly for good reason. A Labour government with a wafer-thin majority was struggling in vain against rampant inflation; the headlines were full of strikes, serial killers, and sporting disasters; while in the streets anti-fascist demonstrators clashed with the racists of the National Front. Britain in the early years of the twenty-first ...

From Anger to Apathy: The Story of Politics, Society and Popular Culture in Britain Since 1975 2008, Random House UK

ISBN-13: 9781844135325

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