Vol. 20 Nbr. 2-3, September 2012
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- Editorial policy statement.
- Twenty years of Renewal: Labour, New Labour, social democracy.
- The identity crisis of Jon Cruddas.
- Don't expect too much: what can Conservative experience tell us about how much Labour will change before the next election?
- All the pits are closed: my Labour, New Labour, twenty-first century Labour.
- Obama and the prospects for American progressives.
- The republic, old and new.
- The moral economy of Occupy Wall Street.
- Who or what is to blame?
- Anti-politics and what the left can do about it.
- No politics are local: dilemmas of American federalism.
- Bishop Auckland or bust: rebalancing the regions.
- The political economy of Scottish independence.
- Crowding effects on intrinsic motivation.
- Pay gone astray: the failure of executive incentive schemes.
- Higher and lower virtues in commercial society: Adam Smith and motivation crowding out.
- Knaves and pawns: behaviour and the welfare state.
- Normalising the French presidency: explaining Francois Hollande's victory.
- A conversion on the road from the Barbican.
- Trajectories of union.
- Enough of neo-liberalism.
- The forward march of democracy halted?
- Sexual politics.
- Property-owning democracy and pre-distribution.