What Kind of New Labour?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 3

What Kind of New Labour?
David Donnison, pages -

Abstract

Socialism has contributed more to human progress than any other political movement. It fulfils many of the functions which used to be performed by religions. Like them, it has to pass through a reformation when changes come about in the economic and social conditions which inspired its birth and shaped its early years. This is such a time - a time when we should identify and adhere to basic principles of the faith but learn to deploy them in new ways.

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David Donnison (1996) What Kind of New Labour?, Soundings, 1996(3), -

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