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Race and Racism in Contemporary Britain

Race and Racism in Contemporary Britain
  • Author: John Solomos
  • Publisher: Sheridan House Incorporated
  • ISBN: UOM:39015015509816
  • Page: 209
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A critical study of the issues which are fundamental to the understanding of race and racism in modern Britain, this book examines the history of recent issues, the development of central and local government policies, the role of racist ...

A critical study of the issues which are fundamental to the understanding of race and racism in modern Britain, this book examines the history of recent issues, the development of central and local government policies, the role of racist organizations, urban unrest and social change.


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