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What is the state and why do we need a theory of it?
building the New Jerusalem
the state regime
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accumulation analysis apparatuses argues Attlee Government authoritarian populism Beveridge Report Bob Jessop Britain's post-war Butskellism capitalism capitalist Chapter characterized citizenship civil rights civil society conception conjunctural consider consolidation context contradictory corporatism corporatist crises crisis tendencies Cronin economic effect electorate emergent full employment gang of four Habermas Hall Hall's hegemonic project identify ideological impact imply incomes policy increasingly industrial initial post-war period institutions inter-war intervention Jessop Kavanagh Keynesian welfare legitimacy legitimation crisis Marshall ment mobilization neo-conservatism neo-liberal notes overload parties patriarchal perceptions perhaps political change political system popular post-Thatcher settlement post-war Britain post-war consensus post-war reconstruction post-war settlement Poulantzas radical regime response rhetoric rolling back social and political Social Contract social rights specific state's steering problems strategy structural transformation suggest Thatcher Governments Thatcherite Thatcherite project theoretical theorists theory thesis tion Tomlinson trade unions welfare settlement Winter of Discontent workfare
Theorising Welfare: Enlightenment and Modern Society
Martin O'Brien,Sue Penna
No preview available - 1998
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Political/Cultural Identity: Citizens and Nations in a Global Era
P W Preston
Limited preview - 1997