Vol. 23 Nbr. 4, December 2015
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- Labour's ideology: towards common ground Intellectual divisions on the left may be more apparent than real.
- Bring back the Institute for Workers' Control: The movement for workers' control in the 1970s was among the most promising of the many roads not taken in the forgotten history of the left.
- Mondragon in five points: advantages and challenges of worker co-operatives: Anyone serious about fostering freedom, equality and social justice should support co-operatives.
- A false grail? Labour and the pursuit of democracy: The limits of Labour's experiments with deliberative democracy in Britain and Australia.
- Socialism through the lens of Alasdair MacIntyre: postwar Labour visions and Blue Labour: Vulnerability and dependence were central to Labour's understanding of socialism after 1945.
- Corbyn, Sanders, and a transatlantic left? What would constitute a realistic measure of success for the new insurgent left in Britain and the United States?