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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 28) December 1994 Last | Contents | Next Issue 28 The liberal apocalypse: or, understanding the 1970s and 80s We've just had another burst of intellectual activity around the Thatcher years. We've seen recently: Richard Cockett's Thinking the Unthinkable: Think-tanks and the Economic Counter-Revolution 1931-83, (Harper Collins, London, 1994, 25.00); Mrs Thatcher and the Intellectuals', by Brian Harrison, in 20th Century British History, vol. 5, no. 2, 1994;* and Second-Hand Dealers in Ideas; Think-Tanks and Thatcherite Hegemony ...
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2. Nobody told us we could do this [Lobster #64 (Winter 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... lose the 2010 general election. The possibility of a hung Parliament appears to have genuinely taken it by surprise – at all levels.2 This is odd. Any reading of the 2005 result ought to have signalled problems: Labour had won a majority with a seriously diminished vote; the Conservatives had (finally) made some gains; the Liberal Democrats had advanced further; support for the SNP, Plaid Cymru, UKIP, the Green Party, the BNP and Respect had grown; and for the second successive election the largest bloc within the electorate was those who didn't vote at all. Anyone with experience of electoral politics should have looked at the figures and concluded that the UK ...
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... against prominent Saudis. In all these cases, the concern was ultimately with the conduct of all banks in acting as flags of convenience for illiberal interests. By punishing one, the system' warned many others that the world had changed. The details of the issues are not important although all three were intimately related to the policy priorities of liberal modernisers concerned with international relations. Each was also about the blind eye that had been offered in the past to the actions of its allies by the US for realist' political gain. The international nature of the operation was apparently demonstrated by a common denominator in these three cases which remains unexplained unless, as we say, it is ...
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4. Feedback [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... such as: that Labour had a majority to begin with (they only won 191 seats in 1923 - and only contested 427 out of 615); or that they had a serious prospect of winning one in 1924 (there were only about 100 winnable marginals, and only 40 of those were Tory-Labour - the rest were either Liberal-held, or three-way splits, when the Liberals had been keeping Labour out of office since 1923); or that the Tories' 154 net gains in 1924 came from Labour (two thirds were from the Liberals); or that the increase in the Tory vote came from former Labour voters. Labour's numerical vote increased ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 152  -  01 Dec 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue44/lob44-42.htm
5. The crisis: an historical perspective (Summer 2014) [Lobster #67 (Summer 2014) (free)] [Free Article]
... we are experiencing is rooted in changes within the post-war politico-economic order, both international and national, which became obvious in that decade; and it is these changes and their impact we must therefore examine. I It seems to me that the key to understanding what has happened is to be found in two different versions of liberalism. We can call these embedded liberalism' and neo-liberalism'. During the period from the end of World War Two until 1979- 80, it can be argued, western societies and states operated on the principle of embedded liberalism, a term developed by an American political scientist called John Ruggie in the early 1980s. What ...
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... ran for the Save London Alliance) and in Westminster. The biggest upset came in Hammersmith and Fulham where the Save London Alliance put up 18 candidates. Their intervention resulted in a split vote in Addison ward, where Labour lost 2 seats to the Conservatives. Because of this the council became hung with the balance of power held by 2 Liberal councillors. After a week's deliberations locally and with their national HQ (and substantial press coverage in The Evening Standard and The Guardian) the Liberals voted to put the Conservatives into power and Labour into opposition. With the skids already under the Callaghan government this was a reasonably heavy blow to strike. A year later one of the Conservative ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 126  -  01 Dec 2001  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue42/lob42-03.htm
7. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... officials who saw that German security depended on a restoration of good relations between the faiths, not excluding the Jews themselves. This was a view shared by many senior figures in a Church riddled with guilt at its implicit pact of tolerance with the Nazi devil and determined not to make the same mistake with communism, especially at a time when liberation theology was taking hold of its liberal wing. Pope Benedict is clearly his own man but there is now good reason to take a much greater interest in the close liaison between the Vatican and the various anti-communist intelligence operations which developed in Europe under the wing of the United States and that are now coalescing into the pan- ...
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... Full employment in the domestic economy would be guaranteed by an international order which made impossible the competitive currency devaluations and protectionism of the interwar years. The arrangements for this new dispensation could only be made by the Anglo-Americans, who were committed by history and their inheritance of an economic tradition rooted in the tradition of Adam Smith to economic liberalism - albeit a liberalism refurbished by the lessons of Keynes' General Theory and the New Deal. During the pre-war years, when many had found their political homes in Berlin or Moscow, Keynes had found inspiration in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Washington. It was quite natural that as the war approached its conclusion the two victorious western powers ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 116  -  01 Dec 1998  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue36/lob36-10.htm
9. Historical Notes: Blair and Gladstone [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 42) Winter 2001/2 Last | Contents | Next Issue 42 Historical Notes Scott Newton Blair and Gladstone Tony Blair's Labour Party conference speech this year galvanised the delegates who were especially moved by his suggestions that Britain could play the role of an international troubleshooter, bringing liberal values, civilisation and the benefits of its skills in conflict resolution to troubled parts of the world. There were however some more critical voices, among them that of the distinguished modern British historian Richard Shannon, who accused Blair (Guardian, 3 October 2001) of resurrecting Gladstonian imperialism'. What did he mean and is there anything ...
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10. The Global Economy 1944-2000 (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... limits of ideology Scott Newton London: Arnold, 2004, 40 (h /b ) 14.99 (p /b ) John Burnes In classical economic theory, the more perfect a market, the less influence any single producer or consumer has within that market. The same rule applies to distribution within a market. If neo-liberal theories are correct, we are approaching ever closer to this state of economic bliss, followed inevitably by a parallel state of political bliss. Given the contemporary global economic and political situation, either the economic theory is wrong or we have an imperfect global market. Scott Newton's history is a useful guide as to how we got from Bretton ...
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