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Articles from Soundings (June 22, 2009)

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Academies: privatising England's schools: privatising schools will not solve England's educational problems. Wrigley, Terry Essay 4610
Better on symptoms than remedies. Purdy, David Book review 2130
Constructing a left politics: it is time to slough off neoliberalism and return to a politics of social justice. Gould, Bryan Essay 3995
Does the end of life have to be hell? Rather than solely focusing on prolonging life, we need to address the problems of chronic bodily degeneration at the end of life. Brown, Guy C.; Radcliffe, Sarah A. Essay 4504
Editorial. Editorial 537
Four poems. Poem 1201
Frames and conjunctures in present-day capitalism: the complementary concepts of conjuncture and frame make recent events easier to understand. Williams, Karel Essay 3224
No small undertaking. Charlstan, Sofi 1686
Public service reform, the individual and the state: our approach to public services needs to be turned upside down, with the focus switching to relationships and networks. Cottam, Hilary Essay 3927
Relationship and dependency in the public sphere: the importance of relationship is devalued in contemporary culture - even in health and welfare systems, where people are necessarily dependent. Dartington, Tim Essay 2704
The killing fields of inequality: what are the contemporary causes of inequality in the world? Therborn, Goran Essay 4930
The lives of others. Cruddas, Jon; Rutherford, Jonathan Book review 2493
The living wage: in spite of the minimum wage, many low-paid workers continue to struggle to fund the necessities of life. Wills, Jane Essay 5647
The millennial generation and politics: the challenge of the ipod generation to politics. Little, Ben Essay 3758
The UK drug problem in global perspective: the current international anti-drug model - subscribed to by the UK - results in far more harm than good. Buxton, Julia 5006
UK food security: peak oil, climate change and unstable commodity prices mean that British agriculture is in need of a radical transformation. Maynard, Robin Essay 4405

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