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You are correct in that assumption.What are your thoughts on the Social Market Economy? I'm sure Rosa would view Labour's formal adoption of it as a fitting compromise, and I would certainly view it as a possible way to maintain the welfare state while combating unemployment and inflation.
I could go on like Antonine and make "manifestos" of my own - which you could be free to critize or add extra points, which we can then make a new "manifesto" out of compromise and common ground.Well to be fair, we weren't hammering out an agreement at the time...
What was the book called? do you remember by any chance?((And you asked for that strike year, unfortunately I just delivered back the book where I read it. I can give you the exaxt numbers tommorow or to the week when I check it out again.))
Am I also correct in assuming this?You are correct in that assumption.
Personally, I'm prepared to give Rosa the benefit of the doubt, because I feel that she would genuinely support a party or parties which endorsses the social market economy, more third world aid and a foreign policy aimed at improving human rights and fighting autocracy abroad and which is committed to strengthening equality of opportunity at home. Those are the values I think Labour should champion in the coming decades.
((A book in a language you don't understand, or rahter a series of many books.))What was the book called? do you remember by any chance?
Am I also correct in assuming this?
Why is it supposed to be a new Jerusalem of all things? I know it is from the first Lib-Lab government, but why did they call it New Jerusalem?I kind of want of us to be called the New Jerusalem Committee or something equally british...
Well that is rather troublesome, isn't it?((A book in a language you don't understand, or rahter a series of many books.))
I don't feel that we should just throw money at problems either, but I do feel we should be doing more to encourage democracy and freedom in the third world. You can't have democracy without things like education and that's why I feel that so many third world nations gravitate towards dictatorships.And yes, you're right in that. However I would preffer free trade over direct aid, and then the aid should be controlled, but that is detail managing. In the overall sense I agree.
It's a reference to the hymn Jerusalem by William Blake which is beloved by all three major parties in Britain and which Attlee referenced in one of his speeches.Why is it supposed to be a new Jerusalem of all things? I know it is from the first Lib-Lab government, but why did they call it New Jerusalem?
It's still a lot better than the New Babylon Powell's trying to build with his sado-monetarism.No I don't think it is fitting
He (Blake) was actually talking about factories ruining the countryside with that remark. (pollution and whatnot) Attlee's speech only mentioned the last four lines IIRC.Little to do with Jesus and "removing satan" by getting rid of industries with the welfare state.