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Articles from Soundings (March 22, 2010)

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A social-democratic sheen on a neoliberal core. Reed, Howard 1997
After Copenhagen: it will take strong political will to overcome the sources of resistance to meaningful action on climate change. Prior, Michael Report 3982
Ethical socialism: a re-engagement with the traditions of ethical socialism offers valuable insights for the renewal of the centre left. Cruddas, Jon; Rutherford, Jonathan Report 4680
Everything to play for. Editorial 2101
Filling the void: Burnley and the everyday politics of the BNP: what are the reasons for recent BNP electoral gains? Rhodes, James Report 4706
Global crisis and the developing world: the slump-unlike the preceding boom-is only too inclusive. Ghosh, Jayati Essay 4056
How soaring inequality contributed to the crash: inequality is a cause, as well as an effect, of the crash. Lansley, Stewart Report 4210
Interpreting the crisis: Doreen Massey and Stuart Hall discuss ways of understanding the current crisis. Hall, Stuart; Massey, Doreen Discussion 5633
Making banks fit for purpose: banking reform must be based on an alternative vision of their role in society-and a better understanding of their recent disfunctioning. Engelen, Ewald Essay 2642
Media prospects: Georgina Henry, Simon Bucks and Julian Petley talk to Joy Johnson about what the future holds for the media. Henry, Georgina; Bucks, Simon; Petley, Julian; Johnson, Joy Discussion 4402
Pensions: time to vote with our money: the vast pool of 'workers' capital' tied up in pension funds represents a potential source of leverage for the securing of more responsible corporate behaviour. Howarth, Catherine Report 3749
Reflections on the social economy. Purdy, David Book review 1623
Six poems. Poem 1672
Stopping shopping. Humphery, Kim Book review 1134
Talking of mothers: maternity is returning as a central subject of discussion: what effects does this have on our wider thinking? Baraitser, Lisa; Tyler, Imogen Essay 4191
The broken society versus the social recession: how should we approach the social problems of a post-crash Britain? Finlayson, Alan Report 4982
The future of roads: we need a better road politics, to help us explore more imaginative possibilities for getting people out their cars. Moran, Joe Report 3944
The labourist tradition: a return to labourism-not the same thing as the Labour Party-may now be our best hope. Newman, Andy Report 3983
The return to elitism in education: a society's attitudes to innate intelligence are closely correlated with its levels of inequality. Dorling, Danny Report 4582
Transforming welfare: new economics, New Labour and the new Tories: we need a transformation in welfare provision, but even more important are measures to tackle the underlying causes of inequality. Coote, Anna; Franklin, Jane Report 3473

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