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  • The Allotment Movement in England, 1793-1873by Jeremy Burchardt

    Boydell & Brewer 2002; US$ 90.00

    The first systematic analysis of the early nineteenth-century allotment movement. more...

  • Paradise Lostby Jeremy Burchardt

    I.B.Tauris 2002; US$ 44.00

    The British countryside is in crisis: tensions have never been greater between town and country; between the conflicting needs of farming and the environment; and between a government seen as anti-countryside and the disillusioned majority that inhabit it. But how has the land, so fundamental to the fabric of British life, become such a charged issue?... more...

  • Contested Countrysideby Jeremy Burchardt; Philip Conford

    I.B.Tauris 2008; US$ 32.00

    Life in rural Britain has changed beyond recognition since the beginning of the 20th century. Not only dramatic events such as the ban on hunting and mad cow disease but also the growth of the organic movement, changes in farming practices and increasing rural poverty have all had an effect on how we view the countryside and the people who live there.... more...

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