Sailing towards the icebergs: New Labour's third term

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2005 Number 30

Sailing towards the icebergs: New Labour's third term
Michael Rustin, pages -

Abstract

Michael Rustin argues that many difficult issues lie in wait for the new Labour government, and threaten to fragment its fragile base of support. What is needed is a renewed model of a democratic state, working on both national and international planes, which can address, negotiate and manage the destructive consequences of global market forces, according to values of democratic citizenship.

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Michael Rustin (2005) Sailing towards the icebergs: New Labour's third term, Soundings, 2005(30), -

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