7 edition of Social democracy & industrial militancy found in the catalog.
Social democracy & industrial militancy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HC260.W24 P35|
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|Pagination||x, 318 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||75016869|
Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy: The Labour Party, the Trade Unions and Incomes Policy –, PanitchLeo, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [Toronto: MacMillan of Canada], The following thoughts on money, markets, capitalism and the future of democratic politics were prepared for the ‘Come Clean’ public forum, to be held in the New South Wales Parliament on June.
Panitch, L. () Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy: The Labour Party, the Trade Unions and Incomes Policy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar | Crossref. It had always attempted to link workplace militancy to a revolutionary perspective, and from , it consistently argued for independent industry-wide unions to both co-ordinate day to day struggle and pursue the long term aim of replacing capitalism with a society based on direct democracy .
His book The Making of Global Capitalism: The Political Economy of American Empire, also with Sam Gindin, was awarded the Deutscher book prize in the UK and the Davidson book . Good books on social democracy. Talk Elections Forum Grassroots militancy was driven by an understandable desire to protect living standards and wildcat strikes became the order of the day in some industries. Much of the industrial action during the Winter of Discontent was unofficial in nature; had formal industrial relations been.
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Book Description. The attempt to establish a 'new social contract' between the Government and the unions, with a view to stabilising the economy and restraining industrial militancy, emerged as a burning issues of contemporary British politics during the s.
This study uncovers the roots of this development in the incomes policies of successive post-war by: 6. The Paperback of the Social Democracy and Industrial Militiancy: The Labour Party, the Trade Unions and Incomes Policy, by Leo Panitch at Barnes Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The attempt to establish a 'new social contract' between the Government and the unions, with a view to stabilising the economy and restraining industrial militancy, emerged as a burning issues of.
Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy: The Labour Party, the Trade Unions, and Incomes Policy, –Author: Henry Pelling. Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy: the Labour Party, the Trade Unions and Incomes Policy Unknown Binding – 1 Jan.
by PANITCH Leo (Author)Author: PANITCH Leo. Leo Panitch, Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ), p. CrossRef Google Scholar See also Leo Panitch, Working Class Politics in. It is time to look afresh at the s.
It was not a grey decade of decline, defeat and power blackouts. Bursting with cultural experimentation, sexual liberation and industrial militancy, the s saw the ruling elites of Britain challenged at every level, most especially by a Labour left led by Tony Benn which aimed to effect a "fundamental and irreversible shift in the balance of wealth.
This book examines the fortunes of social democracy in western and east-central Europe and the policy challenges in economic policy, labour markets, social welfare, public services, European. 47 For accounts of British incomes policy see Fishbein, W., Wage Restraint by Consensus (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, ); and Panitch, L., Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).
The African uprisings since have taught progressives that in the pro-democracy and social justice scenarios of mass demonstrations that made several countries so fertile for a change of state power – Gambia (), Burkina Faso (), Senegal () and Tunisia (), for example – the moment of change comes without warning.
The Challenge of Globalization for Germany's Social Democracy: A Policy Agenda for the 21st Century By Dieter Dettke Berghahn Books, Read preview Overview Globalisation and the End of Social Democracy By Pierson, Chris The Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol.
47, No. 4. The scheme of this brochure follows the book 'Foundations of Social Democracy' by Tobias Gombert among others.
In a few cases it adopts 1 expressions and sentences as they stand. But despite some parallels, this document will provide different content as well as arguments contradicting those of previous papers on this topic. The ascendancy of neo-liberalism in different parts of the world has put social democracy on the defensive.
Its adherents lack a clear rationale for their policies. Yet a justification for social democracy is implicit in the United Nations Covenants on Human Rights, ratified by most of the worlds s: 6. Social democracy is a political, social and economic philosophy within the socialist movement that supports political and economic democracy.
As a policy regime, it is described by academics as advocating economic and social interventions to promote social justice within the framework of a liberal democratic polity and a capitalist-oriented mixed protocols and norms used to.
Based on 19th-century socialism and the tenets of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, social democracy shares common ideological roots with communism but eschews its militancy and totalitarianism.
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In his comprehensive look at labor issues during the decade of the Great War, McCartin explores the political, economic, and social forces that gave rise to this conflict and shows how rising labor militancy and the sudden erosion of managerial control in wartime workplaces combined to create an industrial crisis.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is committed to the goals of social democracy and the ideals of the labour movement. The th anniversary of the SPD on 23 May provides the occasion for the Academy for Social Democracy to look back on the history of social democracy in the Social Democracy.
The motto of the Social Democrats USA is pro-democracy and pro-labor. Therefore, we have a duty to use our democratic liberties to question the way that public safety operates and make it better. Investigative reporter Radley Balko addressed the subject of police militarization in his book “The Rise of the Warrior Cop.”.
“A book well worthy of the attentions of any serious student of twentieth-century labour and industrial relations history It certainly demands a reconsideration of the nature and importance of the transformation of the social relations of work in the second vital decade of the ‘American century’ and, in particular, of the role of the Wilsonian wartime state in these developments.”.
The Social Democratic Party (SDP) was a centrist political party in the United Kingdom. The party supported a mixed economy (favouring a system inspired by the German social market economy), electoral reform, European integration and a decentralised state while rejecting the possibility of trade unions being overly influential within the industrial sphere.This book examines the key events surrounding Prentice's transition from a front-line Labour politician to a Conservative minister in the first Thatcher government.
It focuses on the shifting political climate in Britain during the s, as the post-war settlement came under pressure from adverse economic conditions, militant trade unionism and an assertive New Left.In the third part of his essay on social democracy in the United States Robert Brenner considers the notion of movement building via electoral campaigns through the prism of Jesse Jackson's presidential bid.
Brenner is the author of The Boom and the Bubble, Merchants and Revolution, and The Economics of Global Turbulence amongst many other crucial contributions to economic thought.