The Osborne Supremacy: the unfolding Conservative hegemonic project and the left’s response

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 1 (2016)

The Osborne Supremacy: the unfolding Conservative hegemonic project and the left’s response
Ken Spours, Patrick Diamond, pages -

Abstract

Ken Spours, author of The Osborne supremacy: why progressives have to develop a hegemonic politics for the 21st century, debates the possibilities for such a hegemonic strategy with Patrick Diamond, co-author with Giles Radice of Can Labour win? The hard road to power. 

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Ken Spours, Patrick Diamond (2016) The Osborne Supremacy: the unfolding Conservative hegemonic project and the left’s response, Renewal, 24(1), -

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