1. What was unique about the UK workforce before 1920?
- only country where service class was larger than working class
- unusual levels of interjob mobility
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2. Who shows that the origin of exceptionalism lay in the merger of the republican and millenial traditions that formed in historical writing?
3. Which of the following is not a common perspective on the content of American politics?
- sociological determinism
- historical institutionalism
- new politics perspectives
- american exceptionalism
- bluff realism
4. For what percent of its history did the US declare most of its population ineligible for full American citizenship solely because of their race, original nationality, or gender?
5. WHo argues that 'the critical absence has not been comparative and international perspectives themselves but rather the failure of comparative history to transcend the boundaries of nationalist historiography'?