On Richard Pryke‘s ‘Labour and the City‘
On Richard Pryke’s Labour and the City
Richard Pryke’s resignation is immensely to his credit, and indicates integrity that is hard to come by in the venal world of Wilsonian ‘consensus’. His article is an interesting account of what has happened since October 1964, but one is left with feeling that an analysis should begin where he leaves off. This is perhaps no accident, for he unconsciously indicates his theoretical basis in the body of his article. This needs to be noted and weighed.
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