The Promise of the Third Way: Globalization and Social Justice

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Index
Adalen Valley massacre 26
affirmative action 189
AFL-CIO xi, 187, 195
American dream 230–1
anarchism 17
Anderson, Perry 219
Asquith–Lloyd George reforms 24
Atlantic Alliance 162, 176, 227, 229
Aubry, Martine 165
Aznar, Prime Minister 72
Baer, Kenneth 185
Ball, John 3
Bank of England x, 107
Barnes, Barry 123
Beer, Samuel 78, 118–19
Benn, Tony 32, 105
Bennett, William 188
Bentham, Jeremy 3, 9, 13
Berlinguer, Enrico 28
Bernstein, Eduard 23, 29, 157–8
Bismarck 14
Blair, Tony viii, 31, 43, 45, 79, 92, 99–100, 102–3, 105–8, 112–14, 116–17, 120, 133, 136, 145, 163, 165, 168, 172, 178, 211, 217–19, 229, 235
Blumenthal, Sydney 176
Boggs, Carl 68
Bok, Derek 203
Bolshevik Revolution 24
Bourdieu, Pierre 37, 165–6
Bradley, Senator 198
Bretton Woods 5
Brezhnev, Leonid 51, 61
Brittan, Leon 178
Brown, Archie 52, 54–5
Brown, Gordon 39, 107, 116, 135, 155–6, 217–18
Buchanan, Patrick 193, 199
Bukharin, Nikolai 54
Burke, Edmund 3
Burnham, Dean, Walter 199
Bush, George 136
Bush, George W. 92, 190, 197–8, 201, 207
Callinicos, Alex 127, 165
capitalism 8–15, 83, 215
anarcho-libertarianism 9
crony 148
libertarianism 8
Carlsson, I. 228
Castells, Manuel 235
Chait, Johnathon 193, 219
Chechnya 59–60
Childs, W. Marquis 26
China 7, 13, 47, 190
Christian Democrats
German 28, 40
Italian 28
Christian Right 193, 197–8, 201
civic society 38, 94, 137, 212, 229
Clinton Bill x, 92, 108, 136, 164, 186, 190, 196, 198–9, 207–8
changing demographics 189–90
critics of Clintonism 191–6
electoral success 186–187
and globalization 194–6
Lewinsky scandal, impeachment 188, 192, 196–7
social policy 189
Cohen, Stephen 58
Cold War 4, 49, 67
collectivization 13
Comecon 64
Comintern 24
Common Agricultural Policy (EU) 168–9, 173
communism 15–16, 19–20, 47–9
eurocommunism 28, 49
communitarianism 117, 136–44, 157, 159, 201
and civil society 216–17
Comprehensive Spending Review ix, 154–5, 218

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  • Title Page iii
  • Part I - The Background to the Third Way 1
  • 1 - Capitalism and Socialism 3
  • 2 - Social Democracy 22
  • 3 - The End of Socialism? 47
  • Part II - The Post-Cold War Era 75
  • 4 - The Triumph of the Market Economy 77
  • 5 - The Third Way 98
  • 6 - Third Way Critique 112
  • Part III - New Times: the Way Ahead 131
  • 7 - Social Antecedents: Communitarianism, Stakeholder Society and Social Exclusion 133
  • 8 - The European Connection 162
  • 9 - American Exceptionalism Again? 182
  • 10 - The Promise of the Third Way 211
  • Select Bibliography 243
  • Index 250
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