The Sense of the People: Politics, Culture and Imperialism in England, 1715 1785 Politics, Culture and Imperialism in England, 1715-1785 (Paperback)
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|This book demonstrates the central role of ''people'', the empire, and the citizen in eighteenth-century English popular politics.|
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This exciting study demonstrates the central role of "the people," the empire, and the citizen in eighteenth-century English popular politics. Pioneering in its focus on provincial towns, its attention to the imperial contexts of urban politics and its use of a rich and diverse array of sources--from newspapers, prints and plays to pottery and tea-cloths--it shows how the wide-ranging political culture of English towns attuned ordinary men and women to the issues of state power and thus enabled them to stake their own claims in national and imperial affairs.
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