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Articles from Soundings (September 1, 2011)

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'Cars not casinos': the manufacturing revival: recent steps to rebalance the economy towards manufacturing are welcome, but need strengthening. Everitt, Paul Essay 4028
'Dependency' and disability: how to misread the evidence on social security: Contemporary narratives on 'welfare dependency' turn on airbrushing long-term disability out of the evidence. Gaffney, Declan 5454
'Managed' v 'market capitalism': the record: on almost every measure, the managed capitalism of the postwar era beats its 'free-market' successor. Lansley, Stewart Essay 4199
A dubious appropriation. O'Shea, Alan Book review 1393
Analysis and resistance. Moran, Michael Book review 977
Cuts are a feminist issue: the Feminist Fightback Collective the government's cutbacks in social provision are privatising work that is crucial to the sustenance of life. Fightback, Feminist Essay 4267
Democratic localism: some on the left see only two versions of localism, but we need to discover a third. Spours, Ken Essay 3695
English socialism - regional accent? Drawing on the many rich traditions that still exist within the regions and nations of Britain is a potential pathway to a renewed socialism nationally. Salveson, Paul Essay 4299
Generation wars. Berry, Craig; Freeland, Rhiannon Book review 1035
Relational economics: recognising that economic life involves networks, connections and relationships is an important part of rethinking the economy. Westall, Andrea Essay 3880
Speaking for England. Editorial 777
The benefits scandal: the government is withdrawing the support that enables disabled people to work, while simultaneously arguing that more of them should be working. Franklin, Kaliya; Marsh, Sue 5090
The entrepreneurial state: overlooking the key role of the state in promoting innovation is one of the biggest mistakes of market fundamentalism. Mazzucato, Mariana Essay 4053
Time for an optimistic Englishness: we need a new debate on Englishness. Painter, Anthony Essay 4277
Where did it all go wrong for George Osborne? It is the government's policies that are causing economic stagnation, not the wider economic crisis. Burke, Michael 4299

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