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SUSAN FERBER, Executive Editor, Oxford University Press

PETER MANDLER, Cambridge University, and Co-editor of the “Modern British Histories” book series at Cambridge University Press

SAM WETHERELL, York University, and author of Foundations: How the Built Environment Made Twentieth-Century Britain, Princeton University Press, forthcoming

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