Populism and grassroots politics: ‘New Left’ critiques of social democracy, 1968-1994

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 1 (2017)

Populism and grassroots politics: ‘New Left’ critiques of social democracy, 1968-1994
Alex Campsie, pages -

Abstract

The new social movements of the New Left that transformed British politics from the late 1960s onwards are an important source of inspiration for the Labour party today. But we cannot simply go ‘back to the 70s’. Understanding the history of grassroots progressive activism – its strengths, weaknesses and stumbling blocks – can help us craft a renewed vision for Labour. 

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Alex Campsie (2017) Populism and grassroots politics: ‘New Left’ critiques of social democracy, 1968-1994, Renewal, 25(1), -

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