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by John Newsinger
Author: John Newsinger
Publisher: Pluto Press (November 1, 1994)
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John Newsinger is a British Marxist and professor of History at Bath Spa University. Fenianism in Mid-Victorian Britain (1994). Dangerous Men: The SAS and Popular Culture (1997).
John Newsinger (born 21 May 1948) is a British Marxist and professor of history at Bath Spa University.
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United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Early and mid-Victorian Britain: The implementation of the liberal, regulative state emerging after the Napoleonic Wars involved a number of new departures. The first of these concerned the new machinery of government, which, instead of relying on patronage and custom, involved an institutionalized bureaucracy. This was evident in the development of the factory inspectorate, established by the 1833 Factory Act, though the characteristic way in which the state institutionalized itself was by means of local bodies administering such areas as the fast-developing.
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John Newsinger (born 21 May 1948) is a British Marxist and professor of. .
During the Victorian age, Britain was the world's most powerful nation. He has written on British history from the age of Walpole to that of Margaret Thatcher and is the author of several books on 19th and 20th-century British history. The single European conflict fought during Victoria's reign - the Crimean War of 1854 - 1856 - contrasted markedly with the 18th century, during which the British were involved in at least five major wars, none of which lasted less than seven years.
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