What the Olympics didn’t say about Britain’s place in the world

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Woods, E. T. 2012. What the Olympics didn’t say about Britain’s place in the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE [blog].
AuthorsWoods, E. T.
Abstract

Danny Boyle’s Olympic opening ceremony left the British media swooning, with much of the international media likewise impressed, if slightly befuddled. However, Eric Taylor Woods argues that the event organisers missed a chance to show the positive and negative aspects of Britain’s central role in world history.

JournalBritish Politics and Policy at LSE [blog]
Year2012
PublisherLondon School of Economics
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Web address (URL)http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/archives/26348
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Print09 Jun 2012
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Deposited12 Feb 2014
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