The State Were in

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The State Were in
  • Will Hutton
  • English
  • 25 April 2017
  • 0099366819

About the Author: Will Hutton

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The State Were in An analysis of how Britain s economic, social and political arrangements have become out of date The book also gives ideas of how these arrangements can be modernized. New Read [ The State Were in ] By [ Will Hutton ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook –

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  1. Richard Thomas says:

    This is in a continuum of Will Hutton s thinking on the political and economic position of the UK For me he has been and isright on most things than most of his contemporaries sadly most of what he has advocated has been ignored to the detriment of the country.

  2. Chris says:

    Still sadly relevant and a book I should have read the 15 years ago I bought it My loss With Margaret Thatcher s passing yesterday this is a good time to reflect on this book and the changes in the UK since The situation described in the book has worsened and the prescription contained all thenecessary As I write, Britain is in the grip of a triple dip recession with little light at the end of a long, dark tunnel and likelyto follow The austerity budget of the coalition governm Still sadly relevant and a book I should have read the 15 years ago I bought it My loss With Margaret Thatcher...

  3. Daniel says:

    An excellent book, which was incredibly insightful It s shocking the amount of similarities we still see today throughout our socio economic policies Plus it s given me a much better understanding on why Margaret Thatcher divides opinion to such a great extent.The...

  4. Drew Pyke says:

    I can see from the reviews this book is decisive depending what side of the political fence you are Nevertheless it reads very well with a single thread that each chapter converse with which is the failure of short termist economic policy, citing Japanese Nenko and Germany Corporatist model ...

  5. Chris Gould says:

    Of it s time, for it s time Interesting description of the conservative hegemony gripping Britain foresees that New Labour would be unable to break it Slams British short termism but cites Japan as an example to follow just before it s model obviously failed.

  6. Kevin Hutchinson says:

    You could get depressed

  7. Iain Hamill says:

    Short termism is bad, in economics and politics, for charity and society at large However, inevitable under the current system Interesting book, the concepts of which I plan to return to.