The Reordering of British Politics: Politics After Thatcher by Dennis KavanaghThe Reordering of British Politics: Politics After Thatcher by Dennis Kavanagh

The Reordering of British Politics: Politics After Thatcher

byDennis Kavanagh

Paperback | September 1, 1997

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The Reordering of British Politics clarifies for the new student the terrain of British politics today. Building on Dennis Kavanagh's classic Thatcherism and British Politics: The End of Consensus? , this clear and engaging text assesses the influence of the Thatcher era and the reorderingof British politics that has occurred in her wake. Covering the transition to Majorism and the impact of John Major on the Conservative Party and British politics, it also tracks the development of a new consensus in post-Thatcher and post-Socialism Britain, and the evolution of Labour withoutSocialism. The author has also included a Postscript on the impact of the 1997 General Election results.
Professor Dennis Kavanagh is Professor of Politics, Department of Communication Studies, University of Liverpool. He is the author of various textbooks, including British Politics: Continuities and Change (OUP, third edition 1996), and numerous books and articles on UK politics and current affairs.
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Title:The Reordering of British Politics: Politics After ThatcherFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 7.99 × 5.31 × 0.59 inPublished:September 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198782012

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Table of Contents

Preface1. Perspectives on Thatcherism2. The Making of Consensus Politics3. Breakdown4. Thatcher and the Conservative Party5. The Consensus Attacked6. The Thatcher Record and Legacy7. Ideas into Policy8. The Taming of Labour9. From Thatcher to Major10. New LabourReference, Select Bibliography, Index