- Author:Martin Burch,Michael Moran
- Publisher:Manchester University Press (June 4, 1987)
- Pages:368 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Bentley, Michael The Climax of Liberal Politics: British Liberalism in Theory and Practice, 1868-1918 (1987).
The Observer, 26 September 1982, quoted in Robert Leach, 'What is Thatcherism?', in Martin Burch and Michael Moran (ed., British Politics: A Reader (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1987), p. 157. ^ Speech to Conservative Party Conference (14 October 1983). "Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture ("Liberty and Limited Government") - Margaret Thatcher Foundation". Bentley, Michael The Climax of Liberal Politics: British Liberalism in Theory and Practice, 1868-1918 (1987)
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This book explores the crisis of the British state . Though it has been particularly apparent since the outcome of both the 2014 Scottish independence and 2016 ‘Brexit’ referendums, it stems from deep historical roots. This book will appeal to students, scholars and the general reader interested in British politics and political history. Michael Moran is Emeritus Professor of Government at the University of Manchester and Professor of Government in the Alliance Business School, University of Manchester, UK. Among his publications are the textbook Politics and Governance in the UK and the monograph The British Regulatory State. The book traces the origins of the state to the original Act of Union of 1707 and. The book traces the origins of the state to the original Act of Union of 1707 and demonstrates how different notions of British destiny - Protestant, imperial, social democratic – have held the state together at different times. The present crisis, it is argued, is due to the exhaustion of these senses of destiny.
Greatest British Politics Books. By Stuart Hall; Doreen Massey; Michael Rustin
Greatest British Politics Books. Best Chinese, Japanese and Korean History Books. Greatest Latin American History Books. By Stuart Hall; Doreen Massey; Michael Rustin. This book brings together in one volume contributions made to the public debate that has developed around the Kilburn Manifesto, a Soundings project that seeks to map the political, economic, social and cultural contours of neoliberalism. The manifesto opens with a framing statement and each chapter then analyses.
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In this book, Michael Moran examines and explains the contrast between these two epochs. What turned Britain into a laboratory of political innovation? Britain became a formal democracy at the start of the twentieth century but the practice of government remained oligarchic. From the 1970s this oligarchy collapsed under the pressure of economic crisis. The British regulatory state is being constructed in its place. Moran challenges the prevailing view that this new state is liberal or decentralizing.
Thatcherism describes the conviction politics, economic, social policy and political style of the British .
Thatcherism describes the conviction politics, economic, social policy and political style of the British Conservative Party politician Margaret Thatcher, who was leader of her party from 1975 to 1990. It has also been used to describe the beliefs of the British government under Thatcher as Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990 and beyond into the governments of John Major, Tony Blair and David Cameron. An exponent of Thatcherism is regarded as a Thatcherite. The Observer, 26 September 1982, quoted in Robert Leach, 'What is Thatcherism?', in Martin Burch and Michael Moran (ed.