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by Paul Ginsborg

book - the politics of everyday life by paul ginsborgThe Victorians were the first to propagate systematically the idea that there is "a time and a place for everything." In the second half of the nineteenth century Western societies underwent a revolution in the concept of time which has aptly been called "chronologisation" –the introduction and imposition of numerically standardized linear time. ...

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