Protest and Survival - The Historical Experience, Essays for E.P. Thompson

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Protest and Survival - The Historical Experience, Essays for E.P. Thompson

Protest and Survival - The Historical Experience, Essays for E.P. Thompson, edited by Rule and Malcolmson

Published by Merlin in 1993, 423 pages. Paperback (N1688)

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No other historian has had such a wide, deep and international influence on the writing of social history, and the contributors to this volume were all directly influenced by E.P. Thompson at the beginnings of their careers in history. This book includes several essays on subjects that pay tribute to Thompson, and they include:

  • Edward Thompson as a Teacher: Yorkshire and Warwick
  • An Eighteenth-Century Peasantry
  • The Laws of God and the Laws of Man: Lord George Gordon and the Death Penalty
  • Trade Unions, the Government and the French Revolution 1789-1802
  • William Blake and the Great Eastcheap Orthodoxy
  • The Literacy of Robert Wedderburn in 1817
  • The Fabrication of Deviance: 'Dangerous Classes' and 'Criminal Classes' in Victorian England
  • 'Our Party is the People': Edward Carpenter and Radicalism in Sheffield
  • The Forward March of Labour Started? Building a Politicized Class Culture in West Ham, 1898-1900
  • Feminist, Socialist, Antiwar Agitator: Sylvia Pankhurst and the Great War
  • On the Waterfront: Black, Italian and Irish Longshoremen in the New York Harbour Strike of 1919
  • Fear and Hope in the Nuclear Age
  • E. P. Thompson: A Select Bibliography .
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