Is there a future for social democracy?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2004 Number 28

Is there a future for social democracy?
Michael Rustin, Jonathan Rutherford, pages -

Abstract

In the following two articles Michael Rustin contrasts New Labour’s unitary, managerial capitalist programme with the more pluralist, negotiated conflict characteristic of the social democratic era; and Jonathan Rutherford argues that we need a new idea of the individual in society.

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Michael Rustin, Jonathan Rutherford (2004) Is there a future for social democracy?, Soundings, 2004(28), -

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