Culture wars and class wars

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 3 (2022)

Culture wars and class wars
Frederick Harry Pitts, Paul Thompson, Jon Cruddas, Jo Ingold pages 80-94


Labour must circumnavigate the culture war, but it cannot rely on fighting over economic interests alone. Even in the current crisis, political affinities cannot be seamlessly read off from economic interests: what is needed is a pluralist politics which speaks both to economics and culture.

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Frederick Harry Pitts, Paul Thompson, Jon Cruddas, Jo Ingold (2022) Culture wars and class wars, Renewal, 30(3), 80-94

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