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Economic Strategy and the Labour Party

Politics and policy-making, 1970-83

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Economic Strategy and the Labour Party by Mark Wickham-Jones
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'Any reader wanting to understand the background to Tony Blair's New Labour project should read this book - the most thoroughly researched, comprehensive and authoritative study of policy and policy-making in Labour's crisis years when the party's governing and vote-winning capabilities were seriously undermined.' Professor Patrick Seyd, University of Sheffield 'An excellent book - well written, well researched and a very good read...of great interest to students of both modern British and comparative politics.' - Professor Sven Steinmo, University of Colorado Economic Strategy and the Labour Party examines the nature and development of the Labour party's economic policy between 1970 and 1983. Drawing on extensive archival research, Mark Wickham-Jones analyses the radical nature of the new proposals adopted by the party in 1973 and charts the opposition of Labour's leadership to them. The resulting disunity was the central cause of leftwingers' demands to reform Labour's constitutional structure and of the party's election defeat in 1983. Mark Wickham-Jones assesses the nature of Labour's social democratic objectives and the organisational structure of the party. In the Epilogue he provides a detailed account of the internal reforms under Neil Kinnock's leadership of the party which have helped to secure the foundations of Labour's electoral recovery since 1983.

Author Biography

MARK WICKHAM-JONES
Release date NZ
December 4th, 1996
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
IX, 294 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
294
Dimensions
138x216x28
ISBN-13
9780333670651
Product ID
1861618

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