New Political Thought: An Introduction

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Adam Lent
Lawrence & Wishart, 1998 - Political Science - 220 pages
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A guide through the maze of contemporary political thought, consisting of an introductory essay, a glossary and examinations of: Conservatism and the New Right (by Mike Harris), Marxism and post-Marxism (David Howarth), Socialism and Social Democracy (Tony Fitzpatrick), The Christian Right (Martin Durham), Contemporary Liberalism (Matthew Festenstein), Communitarianism (Elizabeth Frazer), Green Politics (John Barry), Postmodernism (Simon Thompson) Feminism (Moya Lloyd) and Islamic Thought (Phil Marfleet).

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Contents

Acknowledgements
5
Contemporary Liberalism
14
Democratic Socialism and Social Democracy
33
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About the author (1998)

Lent is Lecturer in Politics at the University of Sheffield.

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