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Parliaments, Politics and People seminar: Jonathan Moss & Gerry Stoker ‘Popular Understandings of Politics, 1945-1950: Perspectives from Mass Observation’

At the third ‘Parliaments, Politics and People’ seminar of the term Jonathan Moss, from the University of Southampton, spoke on ‘Popular Understandings of Politics: Perspectives from Mass Observation, 1945-1951.’ Here he gives us an overview of his paper… This paper … Continue reading

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