New Labour's Pasts

New Labour's Pasts

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Understanding New LabourAis past is essential to understanding its ideology, strategy and actions in government. James E. Cronin addresses this past in order to assess the meaning and significance of New Labour, whether it constitutes an effective model for European social democracy, and why it has pursued such an aggressive foreign policy and been so committed to the AireformAi of the public services.... had grown steadily: between 1979 and 1997 the a#39;petit bourgeoisiea#39;, the a#39;salariat * and other a#39;non-manuala#39; occupations grew from 47 ... It would still have to encompass the industrial working class, but it would also have to include far more professionals and many more service-sector employees. It would have to appeal to the mythical a#39;man polishing his Ford Sierraa#39; whom Blair claimed to have met a#39;on ananbsp;...


Title:New Labour's Pasts
Author: James E. Cronin
Publisher:Pearson Education - 2004
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