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Issue 46 Winter 2010Buy this issue

The Good Society

The Tories are using the Big Society theme as a means by which to move in on ground that was vacated by New Labour in government. We need to reclaim this ground and put forward a renewed vision of a good society.

Editorial

Labour's good society Jonathan Rutherford

The left and reciprocity Stuart White

Labour as a radical tradition Maurice Glasman

Will women rise again? Stella Creasey, Sally Davison, Ejos Ubiribo and Heather Wakefield

The pension problem Richard Murphy

Italy's moral crisis Andrea Mammone

Can trade unions become environmental innovators?
Nora Räthzel, David Uzzell, Dave Elliott

Three lions ate my shirt Mark Perryman

The dynamics of public sector transformation Dexter Whitfield

Europe's periphery Carl Rowlands

Reviews Paul Hoggett, Amir Saeed

Is India having a good crisis? Radhika Desai

Deng Xiaoping and John Maynard Keynes John Ross