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Cameron and the Big Society Tim Bale 'A Bit Less Bunny-Hugging and a Bit More Bunny-Boiling'?

? Qualifying Conservative Party Change under David Cameron, British Politics, 3, 3 (2008), 270-99 Tim Bale (2010), From doldrums to downing street?, Renewal, 18.1-2 (2010), pp. 67+ Rodney Barker (2011), Big societies, litle platoons and the problems with pluralism, Political Quarterly, 82, 1, pp50-5 Matt Beech & Simon Lee (eds) (2011), The Cameron-Clegg Government: Coalition Politics in an Age of Austerity Hugh Bochel, ed. (2011), The Conservative Party and social policy, esp. ch. 1, Conservative approaches to social policy since 1997 Peter Dorey (2007), A New Direction or Another False Dawn? David Cameron and the Crisis of British Conservatism, British Politics, 2, 2, 137-66 Stephen Evans (2010),Mothers boy?: David Cameron and Margaret Thatcher, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 12, 3, pp. 325-43 Kevin Hickson (2010), Conservatism and the poor: Conservative party attitudes to poverty and inequality since the 1970s, British Politics, 4, 3, 341-62 Ben Kisby (2010), The Big Society: power to the people?, Political Quarterly, 81, 4, pp 484-91 Howard Reed (2010), Osbornomics, Renewal, 18.1-2: p74+ Jonathan Rutherford (2008), Fraternity without equality, and other Conservative ideals, Soundings 38, pp. 98+ Martin J. Smith (2010), From Big Government to Big Society: Changing the StateSociety Balance, Parliamentary Affairs, 63, 4, 818-833 Contemporary texts Tony Blair (1994), Socialism. Tony Blair (1997), New Britain: my vision of a young country. Anthony Giddens (1998) The Third Way. The renewal of Social Democracy. Anthony Giddens (2000) The Third Way and its critics Anthony Giddens (2000), Where now for New Labour? Renewal (1997-2007) a journal of New Labour politics worth checking for articles, reviews and contemporary comment

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David Lipsey and Dick Leonard (eds) (1981) The Socialist Agenda. Croslands legacy. Noel Thompson (1996) Political Economy and the Labour Party, part 3. Wickham-Jones (1996) chs 1-2. Philip Williams (1982) Hugh Gaitskell.

The New Left Geoff Andrews et al, eds (1999), New Left, New Right and Beyond Robin Archer et al (ed.) (1989) Out of Apathy. Voices of the New Left 30 years on. John Callaghan (1987) The Far Left in British Politics. Lin Chun (1993) The British New Left Madeleine Davis (2006), The Marxism of the British New Left, Journal of Political Ideologies, 11, 3, 335-58 Madeleine Davis (2003), Labourism and the New Left in Fielding, S., Ludlam, S., and Callaghan (eds) Interpreting the Labour Party: Approaches to Labour politics and history, pp39-56 Michael Kenny (1995) The First New Left. British intellectuals after Stalin. Michael Kenny (2000), Socialism and the romantic self: the case of Edward Thompson, Journal of Political Ideologies, 5, 1, 104-26 Richard Taylor (1983), 'The British peace movement and socialist change' in R. Miliband and J. Saville, The Socialist Register 1983. Ellen Meiksins Wood (1995), 'A chronology of the New Left and its successors, or: who's old-fashioned now?' in Leo Panitch (ed.) (1995) The Socialist Register 1995. Nigel Young (1977) An Infantile Disorder? The crisis and decline of the New Left.

Labour New Left Jad Adams (1992) Tony Benn. A biography. John Carvel (1984) Citizen Ken. Allan Freeman (1982) The Benn Heresy. John Gyford (1985) The Politics of Local Socialism. Geoff Hodgson (1981) Labour at the Crossroads. D. Kogan and M. Kogan (1982) The Battle for the Labour Party. S. Lansley, S. Goss and C. Wolmar (1989) Councils in Conflict. The rise and fall of the municipal left. Leo Panitch (1976), Socialist Politics and Industrial Militancy Leo Panitch and Colin Leys (2001 edn) The End of Parliamentary Socialism. Fron New Left to New Labour. Michael Rustin (1980) The New Left and the present crisis, New Left Review 121. Patrick Seyd (1987) The Rise and Fall of the Labour Left .

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