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George McKinnon Wrong
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A powerful new voice has been added to the dialogue about our origins as a people and a nation. David Edgerton’s reassessment of 20th-century British history is billed as “bold” – and it certainly is.
He sets out to transform the landscape of Britain’s 20th century by eradicating the concept of a British nation and self-identification as British from two-thirds of it, claiming that “‘The British nation’ emerged out of the British Empire and out of a cosmopolitan economy.
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