The top 5 posts of 2012

Since everyone is reflecting back on 2012 (well, a little bit still), I thought I’d just quickly plug the top five posts on this blog since it began last August. So here they are in the case you missed them before:

1. Gary Foley and The Clash

2. Defining fascism

3. Historians and the contemporary record

4. ‘Race relations’, government accountability and public inquiries in the UK, 1979-1981

5. A quick note on the legacy of Eric Hobsbawm

 

Still by far, my quick post on The Clash has been the most popular, but a lot of people have found my posts on Eric Hobsbawm via google.  I’m chuffed that anyone out there is reading this at all!

Thank you readers. I remain your humble servant…

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