The Shifting Politics of Inequality and the Class Ceiling

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 2 (2017)

The Shifting Politics of Inequality and the Class Ceiling
Mike Savage, Sam Friedman, pages -

Abstract

Britain’s class landscape has changed: it is more polarised at the extremes and messier in the middle. The distinction between middle and working class is less clear-cut. The elite is able to set political agendas and entrench their own privilege. The left needs a clear narrative showing how privilege leads to gross unfairness – and effective policies to tackle the ‘class ceiling’ so entrenched in our society.

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Mike Savage, Sam Friedman (2017) The Shifting Politics of Inequality and the Class Ceiling, Renewal, 25(2), -

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