Liberty and Authority in Victorian Britain

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Victorian Britain is often considered as the high point of "laissez-faire," the place and the time when people were most "free" to make their own lives without the aid or interference of the State. This book, by leading historians of nineteenth-century state and society, asks to what extent that was true and, to the extent that it was, how it worked.

Liberty and Authority in Victorian Britain 2006, OUP Oxford, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780199271337

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