The British are known for their:
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• The rise and fall of the British nation are about rupture (separation) and revolution.
• Britain was the world-leading exporter of manufactured goods. Millions worked in coal mines.
• Free market and government swept away slowly in 1945.
• The welfare state had a strategy for state planning.
• Britain privatized large parts of its economy.
• The Thatcherite policy was unusual not just in its size of change but in the costs are required.
• Significant areas of the world remain haunted by de-industrialization and oppression of a once-proud working-class society.