Fred Leventhal is professor of history emeritus at Boston University and was visiting professor of history at Harvard in 1999 and 2001. He is the author of Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics (1971), The Last Dissenter: H. N. Brailsford and His World (1985), and Arthur Henderson (1989), as well as editor of Twentieth-Century Britain: An Encyclopedia (1995, 2002). Recent publications include Singular Continuities: Tradition, Nostalgia, and Identity in Modern British Culture (2000) and Anglo-American Attitudes: From Revolution to Partnership (2000). He was co-editor of the journal Twentieth-Century British History and president of the North American Conference on British Studies. Leventhal’s research focuses on the representation of British culture in America in the 1930s and 1940s.
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