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In 1994 i published a now widely cited and highly regarded volume entitled immigration, ethnicity and racism in britain, 1815–1914 (1), which, at the time, faced critical comment one of the phrases which received particular attention consisted of the opening to chapter five (entitled ‘racism.
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