Intellectuals and the English working class 1870-1945: the case of adult education

  title={Intellectuals and the English working class 1870-1945: the case of adult education},
  author={Lawrence Goldman},
  journal={History of Education},
  pages={281 - 300}
  • L. Goldman
  • Published 1 July 2000
  • Sociology
  • History of Education
In the historiography of English adult education one issue in particular has been the cause of recent controversy: the political e€ ects on the English working classes of a system of provision which was largely dependent on, and determined by, the collaboration of voluntary bodies such as the Workers’ Educational Association with the English universities and the British state. It could hardly be otherwise, since di€ erences of opinion between historians of adult education over this… 
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