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Articles by Ross McKibbin
NLR 4, July-August 2000, pp. 69-74in
Subjects: Britain , Political Theory and Strategy , Labour Movements and Parties
McKibbin argues that New Labour's constitutional tensions are inherited from the Thatcherite project of centralizing power in order to promote a neoliberal political economy; and Labour's previous commitments to devolution. Tocqueville's view of constitutional inheritance and evolution is cited in opposition to Mair's model of a coherent Blairite strategy.Read this article or download a PDF file
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