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Introduction: structures and transformations in British historiography David Feldman and Jon Lawrence; 1. Coping with rapid population growth: how England fared in the century preceding the Great Exhibition of 1851 E. A. Wrigley; 2. The 'urban renaissance' and the mob: rethinking civic improvement over the long eighteenth century Emma Griffin; 3. Forms of 'government growth', 1780–1830 Joanna Innes; 4. Family formations: Anglo India and the familial proto-state Margot Finn; 5. The commons, enclosure and radical histories Alan Howkins; 6. Engels and the city: the philosophy and practice of urban hypocrisy Tristram Hunt; 7. The decline of institutional reform in nineteenth-century Britain Jonathan Parry; 8. British women and cultures of internationalism, c.1815–1914 Anne Summers; 9. Psychoanalysis, history and national culture Daniel Pick; 10. Labour and the politics of class, 1900–1940 Jon Lawrence; 11. The dialectics of liberation: the Old Left, the New Left and the counter-culture Alastair J. Reid; 12. Why the English like turbans: a history of multiculturalism in one country David Feldman.