Empire, State, and Society assesses the external and internal forces behind Britain's transformation from global superpower to its current position in the twenty-first century. The authors provide an accessible and balanced introduction, which is thoughtfully organized for ease of use for both students and teachers.
- Offers a crucial comparative dimension which sets the experience of Britain alongside that of twenty-first-century superpower, the United States of America
- Draws on recent scholarship to provide a highly current perspective
- Organised to allow professors to assign readings with more or less depth as student abilities and course lengths allow
- Written in a style that is wholly accessible and exciting for undergraduates in both the US and the UK