New Britain: My Vision of a Young Country

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • NEW BRITAIN i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • My Kind of Britain ix
  • Introduction - Out of the Wilderness 1
  • 1 - The Challenge for Labour 3
  • 2 - The Radical Coalition 4
  • 3 - New Labour, New Life for Britain 22
  • PART I - New Labour 27
  • 4 - Accepting the Challenge 29
  • 5 - New Labour, New Britain 35
  • 6 - New Clause IV 51
  • 7 - Why I am a Christian 57
  • 8 - The Young Country 62
  • PART II - Our Economic Future 73
  • 9 - The British Experiment -- an Analysis and an Alternative 75
  • 10 - New Industrial World 98
  • 11 - New Labour, New Economy 107
  • 12 - The Global Economy 118
  • 13 - New Labour and the Unions 130
  • PART III - Equality and Opportunity 139
  • 14 - Social Justice 141
  • 15 - Hearing from Women 151
  • 16 - Realising Our True Potential 159
  • 17 - A New Vision for Comprehensive Schools 173
  • 18 - The One-Nation NHS 177
  • 19 - The Age of Consent 186
  • 20 - Housing 190
  • PART IV - Security and Responsibility in a World of Change 201
  • 21 - Security in a World of Change: The New Politics of the Left 203
  • 22 - New Community, New Individualism 215
  • 23 - Our Common Environment 223
  • 24 - The Rights We Enjoy, the Duties We Owe 236
  • 25 - Crime and Family Breakdown 244
  • 26 - Valuing Families 249
  • 27 - Dear Kathryn . . . 251
  • 28 - The Stanley Matthews Culture 254
  • PART V - The United Kingdom and the New World Order 257
  • 29 - New Nation-state 259
  • 30 - Devolution 269
  • 31 - The Northern Ireland Peace Process 276
  • 32 - Five Questions for John Major on Europe 278
  • 33 - Britain in Europe 280
  • PART VI - Stakeholder Britain 289
  • 34 - The Stakeholder Economy 291
  • 35 - The Stakeholder Society 297
  • 36 - Stakeholder Politics 310
  • Index 323
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