Politics For A New Generation: The Progressive Moment

Hardcover | May 15, 2007

EditorNick Pearce, Julia Margo

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To mark ten years since Labour's election, the next generation of British and US political thinkers, including MPs, Ministers and policy specialists have come together to outline what the next phase of the progressive agenda should be and how it can be achieved.

Using evidence-based research and the most promising new theories, this collection of essays will consider the direction of progressive governance, politics and policy in the next decade.

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To mark ten years since Labour's election, the next generation of British and US political thinkers, including MPs, Ministers and policy specialists have come together to outline what the next phase of the progressive agenda should be and how it can be achieved. Using evidence-based research and the most promising new theories, this co...

NICK PEARCE is Director of ippr. Nick is a regular media commentator on political and social issues and has authored numerous books and papers on education, social justice, immigration and citizenship, the future of the welfare state, and South American politics. Nick was formerly a Special Adviser to David Blunkett at the Home Office...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.6 × 1.2 inPublished:May 15, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230524931

ISBN - 13:9780230524934

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SECTION 1: PREFACE TO POLITICS FOR A NEW GENERATION * Introduction--J.Margo & N.Pearce * SECTION 2: THE FUTURE OF PROGRESSIVE POLITICS * The Progressive Agenda Renewed--N.Pearce & E.Miliband * Are we becoming a Progressive Nation? Public Attitudes--S.Greenberg & M.Lewis * State of the Nation: Britain in a Changing World--M.Dixon, J.Margo & R.Vance * SECTION 3: ECONOMY, EQUITY AND EFFICIENCY * Beyond Stability: A Progressive Economic Agenda--E.Balls & R.Brooks * Mind the Wealth Gap? The Politics of Asset and Wealth Inequality--J.Reed & S.Sodha * The New Spatial Agenda--K.Ussher, M.Johnson & R.Vance * SECTION 4: QUALITY OF LIFE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE * A New Britishness: Identity, Migration and Islam--A.Seabeck, B.Rogers & D.Sriskandaranjah * What do Parents Need?--B.Hughes & G.Cooke * Freedom's Orphans? Young People, the Transition to Adulthood and the Civic Order--D.Butler & J.Margo * SECTION 5: FAIRNESS AND FAIR TREATMENT * A Programme for Democratic Renewal--I.Kearns & R.Muir * A Fair Labour Market? Progression and Work Life Balance--P.Gregg & N.Engel * Fair Treatment: The Future of Public Service Reform--R.Brooks * Re-founding the Welfare State--R.Blackman-Woods & J.Bennett * SECTION 6: CITIZENSHIP, THE ENABLING STATE AND GLOBAL JUSTICE * Environmental Sustainability from Citizen to State--D.Miliband * Britain in the World: A New Agenda for International Development--H.Benn * A Progressive Foreign and Security Policy--S.Khan and L.Wild * SECTION 8: CONCLUSION * The Next 10 Years--N.Pearce & J.Margo