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That Hoary Old Chestnut, Free Will and Determinism: Culture vs. Structure, or History vs. Theory in Britain. A Review Article

  • Susan Magarey (a1)
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1 The Experience of History,” New Society, 50:896 (12 1979), 542–43, quoted but not referenced in Raphael Samuel, pages 377–78.

2 Morris, William: Romantic to Revolutionary (London: Merlin Press, 1955, 1977), 725.

3 Thompson, E. P., The Making of the English Working Class (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1968), 13.

4 Jones, Gareth Stedman, “History: the Poverty of Empiricism,” in Ideology in Social Science: Readings in Critical Social Theory, Blackburn, Robin, ed. (Glasgow: Fontana/Collins), 115.

5 New Statesman, 30 May 1980. Cf. Samuel, , People's History and Socialist Theory, 381, for a slightly different version.

6 History Workshop, A Journal of Socialist Historians, 6 (Autumn 1978), 6.

7 See Samuel, pages xliii–xlix, li, for the quotations which follow below.

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