The Spectre of Neo-Liberalism haunts the Common Good : A New Page of Analysis

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A few weeks ago one of our readers, Tony Ransley, asked, ” just for the sake of clarity can someone define what a Neo-Liberal is and how they differ from a Liberal ?” In a belated response we’ve set up a new page, where we will post a diversity of articles on neo-liberalism in the coming months. If you hover over Background Reading on the top banner a drop-down menu will appear, click on  Thinking about Neo-Liberalism,

Responding directly to Tony’s question you will find Liberalism in Neo-Liberal times – dimensions, contradictions, limits by Gholam Khiabany

In addition see:

What is Neoliberalism? Dag Einar Thorsen and Amund Lie Department of Political Science, University of Oslo.

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After Neo-Liberalism : The Kilburn Manifesto – edited by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin

Part One : Analysing the Present by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin

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Clearly we are no lovers of the neo-liberal creed, which extols the marketisation of life and the privatisation of self. Thus the articles chosen will reflect a range of critical and oppositional stances. To access an excess of neo-liberal propaganda simply switch on mainstream television or peruse any daily newspaper.

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