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Articles from Soundings (March 22, 2009)

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Adult responsibility in insecure times: the post-crash world necessitates a redefinition of adulthood. Crawford, Kate Essay 3840
City pay: a focus on the greed of financial elites is an over-simplifying response to the financial crisis. Froud, Julie Essay 4218
End of the line for general practice? The government's current plans for primary care and general practice are likely to bring about the dismantlement of general practice as we currently understand it. Amiel, Stephen Essay 3110
Financial bubbles and economic crises. Perez, Carlota; Rutherford, Jonathan 5643
Food sovereignty: time to choose sides: the food sovereignty movement offers the only sustainable alternative to the world's food problems. Jackson, Anthony; Mitchell, Eve Essay 2581
Iraq's new ruling elite: the misleading idea that Saddam's regime could be replaced by an alternative elite of US-backed exiles bears heavy responsibility for the country's instability. Dodge, Toby Essay 4477
Life on credit: debt addiction has for some time been widely encouraged. It is time to turn off the addicts' supply. Bauman, Zygmunt Essay 3688
Private equity and the credit crunch: the mobile opportunism of private equity has made short shrift of its theorists' legitimating narratives. Leaver, Adam Essay 4358
Recession politics. Editorial 1418
Tax Justice and secrecy jurisdictions: tax havens, once an unassailable part of the global financial system, are now increasingly under threat - and that is good news for supporters of international social justice. Murphy, Richard Essay 4750
The art of self-discovery and how to live an ethical life. Blackshaw, Tony Book review 3782
The housing disaster: the encouragement of widespread speculation on houses was always an unlikely route to 'affordable housing'. Lloyd, Toby Essay 4113
The new populism. Devine, Pat Book review 1638
The problem with being private. Launer, John Essay 1279
The undeserving poor: as the undeserving poor become ever more closely associated with negative characteristics, the well-adjusted majority can continue to enjoy the benefits of 'meritocracy' with easy minds. Nunn, Heather; Biressi, Anita Essay 3631
Theory, politics and dialogue. Johnson, Richard Book review 2735
Three poems. Pang, Alvin; Brady, Andrea; Bose, Siddhartha Poem 1301

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