9: European Left

Guest Editor(s): 
£6.67
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ISBN: 
9780853158783
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Summer 1998

Contents

Part I
Editorial: Avoiding disenchantment -
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Michael Rustin

The Radical Centre: A politics without adversary 
Chantal Mouffe

New Labour, New monetarism 
Philip Arestis and Malcom Sawyer

Future Generations: A Right Way Forward? 
Mario Petrucci

Thinking with music 
Angela McRobbie

Poems 
Francis Wilson, Judy Gahagan, Okello Okuli, Catherine Smith, Carole Satyamurti

Reviews 
Catherine Hall on Hugh Thomas on The Slave Trade,and on Robin Blackburn on The Making of New World Slavery,
Becky Hall and Susanna Rustin on Toni Morrison Paradise,
Harriet Atkinson on the Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art, January - April 1998, on Art Treasures of England.

Part II: European left
Introduction: New Beginnings for a European left 

Martin Peterson

Slovenia: A Model Synthesis 
Branca Likic-Brboric

New Social Movements in Hungary 
Mate Szabo

Reconciling Past and Present in Lithuania 
Leonadis Donskis

Social Exclusion and Multiple Identities
Peter Weinreich

Lettre de France 
Alain Caille

Elusive Solidarity in the French Welfare State 
John Crowley

Waiting for Mandela: Social Exclusion and Resistance in the ‘New’ Sweden
Ove Sernhede

Swedish Multicultural Society 
Alexandra Alund

A View from Sweden 
Martin Peterson

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