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Chapter 11 reflects on difference, identity, and immigration and how both the real and the imaginary come to bear on these concepts in terms of politics and culture.

Chapter 12 thinks about the 1980s as an object of critical knowledge. Hall maps the black arts in Britain at that time as part of a wider cultural and political moment.

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