44: Everything to Play For

£8.00
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ISBN: 
9781907103155
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Spring 2010

Contents

Editorial: everything to play for -  FREE TO VIEW 

Ethical socialism -  FREE TO VIEW 
Jon Cruddas and Jonathan Rutherford

The broken society versus the social recession -  FREE TO VIEW 
Alan Finlayson

The return to elitism in education 
Danny Dorling

Transforming welfare: new economics, New Labour and the new Tories
Anna Coote and Jane Franklin

Interpreting the crisis -  FREE TO VIEW 
Stuart Hall and Doreen Massey

Filling the void: Burnley and the everyday politics of the BNP 
James Rhodes

The labourist tradition 
Andy Newman

After Copenhagen 
Michael Prior

The future of roads 
Joe Moran

Talking of mothers 
Lisa Baraitser and Imogen Tyler

Media prospects 
Georgina Henry, Simon Bucks, Julian Petley, Joy Johnson

Six Poems 
River Walton, Nina Bahadur, Andrew George, Kona MacPhee, Julia Copus, Anuradha Vijayakrishnan

Reviews 
Howard Reed, Kim Humphery, David Purdy

How soaring inequality contributed to the crash 
Stewart Lansley

Making banks fit for purpose 
Ewald Engelen et al

Pensions: time to vote with our money 
Catherine Howarth

Global crisis and the developing world 
Jayati Ghosh

Soundings 44 Everything to Play For