The Roots of Social Change Life in Britain and the Empire 1815 – 1939 by Stuart Sherring
Take a rollercoaster ride through time. Explore how life was transformed, why and for whom. Analyse the triggers of social change in improving life quality for the masses. Find out why tensions existed, including preserving the status quo, and dip into daily life at all levels of society. What emerges is the desire for a fairer Britain to improve life opportunities with a greater sense of purpose.
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