Marxism Today was one of the most influential political magazines of the 1980s. I wrote about 25 articles for it over several years. Here is a selection: Karaoke Culture: the […]
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The Rise of the Social Market: argued that the interaction between markets and social cohesion would be central to politics in the future. Click here.
Manifesto for Public Services: a 16-point plan written in 1991 to revive the public sector. Click here.
Facing up to the Future: set out the need for a new progressive politics in response to globalisation and the fracturing of working class identity and politics. Click here.
Progressive Individualism: here is my October 1988 article on the need for a progressive account of individualism and individuality. Click here.