2 Warwick University Ltd- a book written by E P Thompson in 1970 written in a week Thompson sought to expose the fact that universities like Warwick had not only been spying on its students but had developed increasingly incestuous relations with big business. As Thompson said the “Is it inevitable that the university will be reduced to the function of providing, with increasingly authoritarian efficiency, pre-packed intellectual commodities which meet the requirements of management? Or can we by our efforts transform it into a center of free discussion and action, tolerating and even encouraging “subversive” thought and activity, for a dynamic renewal of the whole society in which it operates? “Page (166) Spokesman books have sent me a review copy. A critical review will be posted on this blog.
4. John Adamson’s review of Rebellion: Britain’s First Stuart Kings 1567-1642. By Tim Harris Oxford University Press. Published in Literary Review Febuary 2014
5. Lesley Mitchell’s review of One Hundred Letters from Hugh Trevor Roper edited by Richard Davenport –Hines and Adam Sisman. Published by Oxford University Press. Can be found at Literary Review Feb 2014.
6. The Online Library Of Liberty plan to put online a seven volume collection of Leveller tracts from the English Revolution. 1638-1659 There website can be found at http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=149