Social biology and progressive politics in mid-twentieth-century Britain Archived

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Dr Chris Renwick explores the importance of the early to mid 20th century scientific foundations for political and social life within Britain. Dr Renwick presents research from key biologists, demographers, and social scientists who defined social democracy and developed the opportunities that have come with it.

This lecture was filmed at the 'William Bynum lecture 2016' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture:  30th of November 2016

Length: 00:56:33

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