Renewal: Journal of New Labour Politics: Vol 6: No 1
A quarterly journal committed to political modernization, this text is widely used by researchers, parliamentary candidates (many of them now MPs), party officials and academic advisers on the party's inside track. "Renewal" was set up after the 1992 elction defeat to help focus debate.
- Paperback | 100 pages
- 22 Jan 1998
- Lawrence and Wishart Ltd
- Lawrence & Wishart Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Part 1 Editorial commentary: the forward march of modernization, Neal Lawson. Part 2 New politics: sneerers, controllers and visionaries, Tony Wright; comeptition and cooperation - a view from the Liberal Democrats, Dick Newby. Part 3 Proportional representation: the case for New Labour, David Currie and Andrew Puddephatt; PR for Europe - creating a positive agenda, Arlene McCarthy; electoral reform - establishing the principles for constituency definition, Ron Johnston et al. Part 4 Features: the point of politics - friendship and community in the works of John Macmurray, Michael Fielding; Scotland - how to be different, Graham Leicester; the Dearing report and quality control in higher education, Ted Tapper and Brian Salter. Part 5 English regions - the constitutional challenge, Andrew Coulson; Britain works - a guide to the dilemmas, Tony Gray and Jim McCormick. Part 6 Comment: modern mutuality, John Heaps. Part 7 Left abroad: the really new party - Labour and the new party - a model for the future?, Daniel Cantour and Wade Rathke. Part 8 Nexus: a new local government group, Christopher Exeter. Part 9 Reviews.