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The politics of immigration: immigration, 'race and 'race' relations in postwar Britain

The politics of immigration: immigration, 'race and 'race' relations in postwar Britain

Layton-Henry, Zig

The migration to Britain of hundreds of thousands of people from the New Commonwealth and Pakistan has been one of the most important social and political developments of the postwar period. This book describes the major developments in race relations since 1945, from the origins of these migrations in World War II to today's multi-racial society

Book. English.
Published Blackwell 1992
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Statement of responsibility: Zig Layton-Henry
ISBN: 0631167447, 9780631167440
Physical Description: (256)p : 2figs.17tabs ; 28 cm.
Series: Making contemporary Britain series
Series Title: Making Contemporary Britain Series.