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The Corbyn effect

Author: Mark Perryman
Publisher: London : Lawrence & Wishart, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Jeremy Corbyn has re-packaged socialism into something progressive and essential, something that isn't archaic as we've been told it is for so long. Striving for justice and fairness isn't a sign of our weakness but the sign of our great strength. That's The Corbyn Effect for me and this book explains why." - Maxine Peake Labour's performance in the June 2017 General Election came as a surprise to almost everyone.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Jeremy Corbyn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Perryman
ISBN: 9781912064687 1912064685
OCLC Number: 1005608779
Description: xiii, 274 pages
Contents: Foreword / Paul Mason --
Introduction. The Corbyn effect --
Keynote essay. The great moving left show / Mark Perryman --
Understanding Corbynism --
The absolute Corbyn / Jeremy Gilbert --
The resistible rise of Theresa May / Andrew Gamble --
Labour's new model party / Jessica Garland --
The coming of Caledonian Corbynism / Gerry Hassan --
The framing of Corbynism --
Corbyn framed and unframed / Des Freedman --
Mind the Labour gap / Hilary Wainwright --
The authenticity of hope / Eliane Glaser --
Generation grime / Monique Charles --
The limits of Corbynism --
A progressive majority / Sue Goss --
Class politics and the revenge of the future / Phil Burton-Cartledge --
No more racing to the bottom / Maya Goodfellow --
Lessons from Syriza / Marina Prentoulis --
The potential of Corbynism --
More for the many, less for the few / Jo Littler --
An antidote to Pasokification / James Doran --
The perils of being popular / Jack Kellam --
Marginal gains / Paula Surridge --
Preparing for power --
Labour's battleground seats : a smart campaign guide --
Corbyn's effects, further reading and other resources of hope --
Afterwords.
Responsibility: edited by Mark Perryman.

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This is an essential post-election read for those seeking to understand the present political moment, Corbyn's leadership and a possible future for the Labour Party.  Read more...

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'It appears likely that Jeremy Corbyn will one day inhabit 10 Downing Street. More than a destination however, The Corbyn Effect takes that as a starting point. This is a must-read for understanding Read more...

 
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