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Publisher: Manchester University Press (February 1, 2008)
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This learn is worried with the 'Old' Labour correct at a serious juncture of social democratic and Labour politics. It makes an attempt to appreciate the complicated transition from so-called 'Old correct' to 'New correct' or 'New Labour', and locates at the least many of the roots of the latter within the complexity, tensions and fragmentation of the previous throughout the 'lean' years of social democracy within the Seventies. The research addresses either the quick and long term implications of the rising ideological, organisational and political complexity and divisions of the parliamentary Labour correct and Labour revisionism, formerly hid in the loosely adhesive post-war framework of Keynesian reformist social democracy. It establishes the level to which 'New' Labour is a legatee of at the least a few components of the disparate and discordant Labour correct and tensions of social democratic revisionism within the Seventies. In so doing, it advances our knowing of a key second within the improvement of social democracy and the making of the modern British Labour social gathering.