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The Corbyn effect

Author: Mark Perryman
Publisher: london : Lawrence & Wishart, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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.


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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Jeremy Corbyn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Perryman
ISBN: 9781912064687 1912064685
OCLC Number: 1005608779
Description: xiii, 274 pages
Contents: Keynote EssayMark Perryman Across a crowded roomUnderstanding 08.06.17Andrew Gamble The rise and fall of MayismJeremy Gilbert The roots and results of theCorbyn surgeJessica Garland Labour's new model activismGerry Hassan Scotland vs the restThe Framing of CorbynismHilary Wainwright Can Labour ever be LabourunitedDes Freedman It's The Sun wot won't win itEliane Glaser The authenticity of hope MoniqueCharles Grime LabourThe Limits of CorbynismSue Goss The Labour tribeMarina Prentoulis Lessons from SyrizaJo Littler Meritocracy vs universalismPhil Burton-Cartledge The Labour Party as asocial movementThe Potential of CorbynismMaya Goodfellow No more racing to the bottomPaul Surridge Mapping a Labour target seatstrategyJames Dorran The Road to, and from,PASOKIficationJack Kellam The perils of being left and populist
Responsibility: edited by Mark Perryman.


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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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