Radical History Review presents innovative scholarship and commentary that looks critically at the past and its history from a non-sectarian left perspective. RHR scrutinises conventional history and seeks to broaden and advance the discussion of crucial issues such as the role of race, class and gender in history. Articles in issue 69 include: Dr Barnardo's 'Artistic Fictions': Photography, Sexuality and the Ragged Child in Victorian London; The Culture of the Informal Economy: Numbers Runners in Inter-War Black Detroit; To Fulfill Their 'Rightly Needs': Consumerism and the Welfare Rights Movement; Pressure From Below: Pauperism, Chattel Slavery, and the Ideological Construction of Free Market Labor Incentives in Antebellum America; Fighting the War Against Welfare: Teaching the War on Poverty in Historical Perspective; The Radical Historians of San Quentin; The History of European and North American Social Policy.
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