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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
New labour in power.
London ; New York : Routledge, 1997
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian Brivati; Tim Bale
|ISBN:||0203134044 9780203134047 9780415179720 0415179726 9780415179737 0415179734 0203185641 9780203185643 1280328274 9781280328275|
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 212 pages)|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements Preface Contributors 1. Introduction Brian Brivati and Tim Bale 2. Economic policy: lessons from past Labour Governments Jim Tomlinson, Commentaries: Edmund Dell, Peter Jay 3. From welfare state to post-welfare society? Labour's social policy in historical and contemporary perspective Nicholas Ellison, Commentaries: A.H. Halsey, Christopher Price 4. The moral agenda David Walker, Commentaries: Joe Bailey, Michael Phelan 5. Managing the state Gerard Alexander, Commentaries: Edward Plowden, Martin Smith 6. The Constitution, Part I: Blair's agenda Edward Pearce, Commentary: Austin Mitchell 7. Foreign, defence and European affairs John Young, Commentary: Geoffrey Warner 8. Managing the party and the trade unions Tim Bale, Commentaries: Patrick Seyd, Peter Shore 9. Earthquake or watershed? New Labour in Power Brian Brivati Index Appendix: ICBH and CUSP.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Brian Brivati and Tim Bale.|
""New Labour in Power was published in 1997, the product of a conference held within weeks of the election. Even "contemporary history is not usually this contemporary. The editors make no apologies