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From the Publisher"Peoples/States/Territories is an extremely important book. It provides a compelling historical analysis of the British state and will be of interest to geographers, political scientists, historians and sociologists. It is the best account we have on the territorial foundations of British political authority and demonstrates the enormous potential of integrating techniques and ideas from both historical and political geography."
Mike Heffernan, University of Nottingham
"This is an original and well written book that will add significantly to arguments about state formation in the UK. It brings a valuable historical perspective to the debate and turns an overdue spotlight on the role of people in the shaping of state institutions."
Joe Painter, Durham University