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Author Black, Lawrence.

Title An Affluent Society? : Britain's Post-War 'Golden Age' Revisited
Published London, UNKNOWN : Routledge, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (269)
Series Modern economic and social history
Modern economic and social history series.
Contents Introduction : the uses (and abuses) of affluence / Lawrence Black and Hugh Pemberton -- Affluence, conservatism and political competition in Britain and the United States, 1945-1964 / Brian Girvin -- Modernizing Britain's welfare state : the influence of affluence, 1957-1964 / Rodney Lowe -- The forgotten revisionist : Douglas Jay and Britain's transition to affluence, 1951-1964 / Richard Toye -- Total abstinence and a good filing-system? : Anthony Crosland and the affluent society / Catherine Ellis -- The impression of affluence : political culture in the 1950s and 1960s / Lawrence Black -- Affluence, relative decline and the Treasury / Hugh Pemberton -- Economists and economic growth in Britain, c.1955-65 / Roger Middleton -- The polyester-flannelled philanthropists : the Birmingham Consumers' Group and affluent Britain / Mathew Hilton -- Anticipating affluence : skill, judgement and the problems of aesthetic tutelage / Lesley Whitworth -- 'Selling youth in the age of affluence' : marketing to youth in Britain since 1959 / Christian Bugge -- Losing the peace : Germany, Japan, America and the shaping of British national identity in the age of affluence / Richard Weight
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Subject Wealth -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century
Überflussgesellschaft.
Rijkdom.
Sociaal-economische situatie.
Welvaart.
Economic history.
Social conditions.
Überflussgesellschaft
Wealth.
Great Britain -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1964.
Great Britain -- Social conditions -- 1945-
Great Britain.
Großbritannien
Großbritannien.
Genre/Form Kongress
History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1351959174
1351959182
9781351959179
9781351959186