During the last two or three decades, social history has become the fastest growing and the most fashionable area of professional historical writing, research, and teaching in the English-speaking world. The growing popularity of the subject has brought in its train a large and expanding body of discussion about what social historians have done, what they are doing, and about what they can, might and should do. Although the subject-matter of all this discussion about the discipline is quite diverse, the bulk of it focuses on a more restricted range of concerns.
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