Knights Against the Nightmares

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 2

Knights Against the Nightmares
Sarah Benton pages -


Tony Blair is emerging as a chivalric hero, who will rescue us from the demons of Thatcher’s Britain. But his politics of moral transcendence reflects the dissolution of a more rooted politics, based in people and their communities. Do we simply succumb to the tenderness of his wooing, or can we play a more active role in the battles?

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