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Law and Society in England 1750-1950

By: William Cornish, Stephen Banks, Charles Mitchell, Paul Mitchell, Rebecca Probert
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Published: 03-10-2019
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 672
ISBN: 9781509931255
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP : £43.18
 

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About Law and Society in England 1750-1950

Law and Society in England 1750–1950 is an indispensable text for those wishing to study English legal history and to understand the foundations of the modern British state. In this new updated edition the authors explore the complex relationship between legal and social change. They consider the ways in which those in power themselves imagined and initiated reform and the ways in which they were obliged to respond to demands for change from outside the legal and political classes.

What emerges is a lively and critical account of the evolution of modern rights and expectations, and an engaging study of the formation of contemporary social, administrative and legal institutions and ideas, and the road that was travelled to create them.

The book is divided into eight chapters: Institutions and Ideas; Land; Commerce and Industry; Labour Relations; The Family; Poverty and Education; Accidents; and Crime.
This extensively referenced analysis of modern social and legal history will be invaluable to students and teachers of English law, political science, and social history.

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