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RENEWAL 15.2/3 autumn 2007

Editorial The problem of social democracy Martin McIvor Futures for social democracy The once and future ideology Sheri Berman Revisionism, past and present Nina Fishman The potential of British social democracy Ross McKibbin Renovating European social democracy Ben Clift Alternatives to neo-liberalism in the third world Richard Sandbrook Economic citizenship and the new capitalism Frances O'Grady Social democracy and family values David McKnight Social democracy beyond productivism Tony Fitzpatrick A new political landscape Engaging with Cameronism Oscar Reyes Who's afraid of the Respect Party? Rachel Briggs Making space for children David Lammy Reconfiguring security Conor Gearty A different double shuffle David Coates Tensions in education policy Learning to compete Sally Tomlinson The public exams crisis Trevor Fisher Notebook Nigerian selections Patrick Wilmot The politics of food Kamran Nazeer Reviews Adam Curtis reviewed by Bill Blackwater Colin Hay reviewed by Dan Leighton Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello reviewed by Will Davies Barack Obama reviewed by Maria Neophytou Paul Mason reviewed by Ben Jackson

RENEWAL 15.4 winter 2007

Editorial Common struggles, common interests? Dan Leighton Reclaiming the new commons A new politics of the commons David Bollier The second enclosure movement James Boyle The peer-to-peer revolution Michel Bauwens Social democracy and anti-capitalist theory Jeremy Gilbert The commons, the state and transformative politics Hilary Wainwright Interview A multitude of possibilities Michael Hardt interviewed by Dan Leighton Squeezing middle England Death and taxes Martin O'Neil The Anxious Affluent John Harris Notebook An appreciation of Richard Rorty James Crabtree Reviews Naomi Klein reviewed by David Floyd Benjamin Barber reviewed by Michael Calderbank Doreen Massey reviewed by Max Nathan

RENEWAL 16.1 spring 2008

Editorial The British problem Martin McIvor Looking for a new Britain Imagining the British Jon Bright Brown and the importance of being British Gerry Hassan Britishness and the habits of solidarity Sukhvinder Stubbs Lessons for Britain from the Everyday Democracy Index Paul Skidmore The unequal distribution of social capital in the UK Stuart Weir Entrenching social citizenship Claire Methven O'Brien Contributors include . …

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