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E. P. Thompson and English Radicalism 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0719088216
ISBN-10: 0719088216
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Intellectually exploratory and written with admirable clarity, E.P.Thompson and English radicalism achieves the almost impossible: it does justice to a great historical thinker and practitioner who also wrote poetry, loved liberty, hated humbug and resisted the inner and the outer hold of capital over human existence and experience. It illuminates a valiant, many-sided, quizzical friend of the people for readers who know his work and for those yet to discover his writing.' -- Sheila Rowbotham, author of 'Dreamers of a New Day: Women Who Invented the Twentieth Century' (2010)


This eloquent set of essays manages to address, both sympathetically and critically, the many and varied aspects of Thompson's life, as a historian, a teacher, a poet, a political activist, a Marxist and libertarian, and an Englishman and a cosmopolitan. Thompson's legacy is hugely relevant for the troubled times in which we now live.' -- Mary Kaldor, The London School of Economics and Political Science


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Roger Fieldhouse is Emeritus Professor at the University of Exeter

Richard Taylor is Emeritus Professorial Fellow at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge
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