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Thatcherism

edited and with an introduction by Robert Skidelsky

B. Blackwell, 1990, c1988

  • : pbk

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Originally published: London : Chatto & Windus, 1988

First published in paperback 1989, first published in paperback in USA 1990

Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-208) and index

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内容説明

Mrs Thatcher has dominated British politics for over a decade, yet the nature, significance and staying power of Thatcherism are still hotly disputed. In the British context, Thatcherism is a shorthand for the break with the politics and economics of the 1950s and 1960s, based on full employment, the Welfare State, the mixed economy, and a corporatist approach to governing. However, it also stands for a much wider movement of opionion, by no means confined to Britain, and characterized, above all else, by a revival of belief in the market economy, a mistrust of the state, and a rejection of collectivism. The contributors to this challenging book are drawn from across the political spectrum, and include both critics and admirers of Thatcherism: between them they not only shed light on a remarkable political phenomenon, but attempt to answer some of the most urgent questions of our time. Is Thatcherism a new dawn, or a false dawn? Is it an idea whose time has come? If so, why - and for how long?

目次

  • Has the electorate become Thatcherite?, Ivor Crewe
  • Margaret Thatcher as a political leader, Anthony King
  • the 1987 General Election in historical perspective, David Butler
  • the future of the lefty, Ben Pimlott
  • Mrs Thatcher's economic reform programme, Patrick Minford
  • on market economies, Frank Hahn
  • the emergence of the new right, Kenneth Minogue
  • the continuing relevance of socialism, Brian Barry
  • the paradoxes of Thatcherism, David Marquand
  • a sociologist's view of Thatcherism, A.H. Halsey
  • changing social values under Mrs Thatcher, Ralf Dahrendorf.

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