After the Deluge: Politics and Civil Society In the Wake of the New Right

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 4

After the Deluge: Politics and Civil Society In the Wake of the New Right
Michael Kenny, pages -

Abstract

Michael Kenny argues that the different parties in recent debates over community share the assumption that we are now witnessing the triumph of civil society over the state. Tracing the origins and evolution of these claims, he discusses the problems of looking at social change in this way and critically analyses some contemporary conceptions of civil society.

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Michael Kenny (1996) After the Deluge: Politics and Civil Society In the Wake of the New Right, Soundings, 1996(4), -

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