Volume 28 No.3

Autumn 2020
£11.00
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ISBN: 
9781912064335
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Autumn 2020

Contents

Editorial: Defending, restoring, transforming  FREE TO VIEW 
Emily Robinson and Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite

THE NHS AFTER COVID-19

The NHS – from stalled bureaucracy to ‘Era 3’
Steve Iliffe and Richard Bourne

Accidents will happen? Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic  FREE TO VIEW 
Foundational Economy Collective

Making pandemic politics transparent: lessons from Nigeria 
Portia Roelofs 

LIBERALISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS

Liberal egalitarianism: what’s worth salvaging?  FREE TO VIEW 
Katrina Forrester interviewed by Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite

Vernacular social democracy and the politics of Labour
Jon Lawrence 

Raymond Aron and the contested legacy of ‘Cold War Liberalism’ 
Iain Stewart

The fascist virus is back again 
Hannah Malone

THE LABOUR PARTYPAST AND FUTURE

Social democracy, party of values  FREE TO VIEW 
Sebastian Jobelius and Konstantin Vössing

Labour Together’s election review 
Hannah O’Rourke

Election 2019 and the newer left 
Jonny Ball

On urbanism and optimism 
Guy Ortolano interviewed by Alex Campsie

Looking for a fight 
Nick Garland 

THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY: NEW BOOKS

A new world in the making: community wealth building and the co-operative sector  FREE TO VIEW 
Jonathan Reynolds 

Between ‘national liberalism’ and ‘progressive internationalism’: quo vadis globalisation? 
Mehmet Erman Erol 

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