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    Susan Lipschitz
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Dunleavy, . The Politics of Mass Housing in Britain 1945–1975: A Study of Corporate Power and Professional Influence in the Welfare State (Oxford, 1981).

The Cambridge Social History of Britain, 1750–1950. Dunleavy, . Dunlop, Jocelyn, and Denman, R. English Apprenticeship and Child Labour: A History (London, 1912). Durey, M. ‘Bodysnatchers and Benthamites: The Dead Body Bill and the Provision of Bodies to the London Anatomy Schools, 1820–42’, Bulletin of the Society for the Social History of Medicine, 19 (London, 1976).

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