Unlocking Liberalism: Life after the coalition

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    Including contributions from Charles Kennedy, Lord Steel, Sir Graham Watson and two former Scottish Ministers, “Unlocking Liberalism” is a new collection of essays on how the Liberal Democrats should re-establish themselves as the voice of radicalism in the UK after the 2015 General Election. It aims to re-establish the anti-establishment, challenging radicalism which characterised the Party prior to the 2010 coalition, and to reinvigorate the concept of the general interest. It centres on a brilliant essay on the nature of Liberalism by Nigel Dower, an academic philosopher who was President of the International Development Ethics Association from 2002 to 2006. Other sections focus on the financial crash and its aftermath; the place of the UK in Europe and the world; and how geographical justice can be attained within the UK.

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    Number of Pages: 235
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781784560911
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    Listed in: Liberalism & centre democratic ideologies
    Publisher: FastPrint

    Books by edited by Robert Brown, Gillian Gloyer and Nigel Lindsay

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