Anti-politics and the left

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 2 (2016)

Anti-politics and the left
Nick Clarke, Will Jennings, Jonathan Moss, Gerry Stoker, pages -

Abstract

Anti-politics is on the rise in contemporary Britain, and poses challenges – but also opportunities – for the left. New research suggests that participatory democracy isn’t the answer, but that Labour could think about changing recruitment, constitutional reform, progressive alliances, and new forms and styles of communication with the electorate.

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Nick Clarke, Will Jennings, Jonathan Moss, Gerry Stoker (2016) Anti-politics and the left, Renewal, 24(2), -

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