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From Scottsboro to Munich:
Race and Political Culture in 1930s Britain
Susan D. Pennybacker

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"This extraordinarily well-researched book puts notable 1930s causes and individuals into new global contexts. Pennybacker leaves no stone unturned--she examines fugitive writings, newspaper coverage, government documents, and many other sources to tell a richly detailed story of the period."--Werner Sollors, Harvard University

"From Scottsboro to Munich is an important intervention in the history of the 1930s, not only the history of Britain but of the West and the international Left. The book brings together people and campaigns that have been written about separately but never before treated as a whole."--Jeffrey Cox, University of Iowa

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