Election 2019 and the newer left

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 3 (2020)

Election 2019 and the newer left
Jonny Ball pages -


The decline of the industrial working class, and the idea of ‘post-workerism’, do not mean that Labour should attempt to ditch its identity as the party of the working class. Starmer’s Labour must engage with the traditional working class and new oppositional class fractions.

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