Living with difference

Hall, Stuart
December 2007
Soundings (13626620);Winter2007, Issue 37, p148
Academic Journal
An interview with political writer Bill Schwarz is presented. He discusses his 1979 article "The Great Moving Right Show," which argued that British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher will achieve the victories of her own administration, and change the field of politics for future generations. He describes neoliberal globalisation, an international phenomenon that involved re-militarisation. Schwarz describes the early 1960s, the time of the new left.


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