Common Good Politics: British Idealism and Social Justice in by Colin Tyler

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By Colin Tyler

This booklet examines the British culture of universal strong politics, either traditionally and within the modern international. we are living in a time while many anti-Conservative events and electorate consider a profound experience of concern and disorientation over political rules and coverage instructions. accordingly, many of us are turning to universal solid politics in its place to state-centred socialism and laissez-faire individualism. Colin Tyler explores the sensible and highbrow historical past of the British idealist tradition, which flourished from the 1870s to the Twenties, before applying the foundations of universal sturdy politics to modern concerns. those matters include the confident roles that may be performed by way of clash inside democratic societies, the novel calls for of social justice in a various global, the ongoing effect of Bush’s ‘war on terror’, overseas society and loose speech lower than Tony Blair and David Cameron, and the relationships among financial migration, social justice and the typical sturdy. The ebook will attraction rather to scholars and students drawn to British politics, internationalism and political theory.

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