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Hanging in the balance: the democratic economy after Corbyn

Under Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell, a space was created for left thinkers and activists to advance a detailed and intellectually coherent alternative to our plutocratic, extractive and environmentally devastating economic model. After Labour’s defeat, we need to hold our nerve and build a broader, more durable movement for radical change. 

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Publication date: 2020-04-01
Parent publication: Renewal: A Journal of Social Democracy
Publication URL: http://www.renewal.org.uk/articles/the-democratic-economy-after-corbyn

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