By M.G. Hayes
Can there be any excuse for yet another ‘guide to Keynes’, 90 years after his own Can Lloyd George Do It? One good excuse is the current UK election debate over Labour’s public investment plans. The arguments of the 1930s are still being rehearsed.
Labour’s manifesto … Read More
By Michel Edwards
first: While cultures of protest are strong, other parts of civil society are
getting weaker, with calamitous results.
Town hall meeting on health care reform in West Hartford, Connecticut, September 2 2009. Wikimedia Commons/Sage Ross
. GNU Free Documentation License
Every five years I squirrel … Read More
By Kathleen Lennon & Rachel Alsop
We are living in troubled times for those seeking to promote gender equality. Despite progress in women’s rights, and the recognition of gay marriage and the chance to legally change assigned gender identity in some places, there is alongside a backlash against gained gender … Read More