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SELECTED POLITICAL WRITINGS
THE GREAT MOVING RIGHT SHOW AND OTHER ESSAYS

HALL, STUART

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978-0-8223-6906-6
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Inglés
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368
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145x210
Fecha edición:01/02/2017
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Selected Political Writings gathers Stuart Hall's best-known and most important essays that directly engage with political issues. Written between 1957 and 2011 and appearing in publications such as New Left Review and Marxism Today, these twenty essays span the whole of Hall's career, from his early involvement with the New Left, to his critique of Thatcherism, to his later focus on neoliberalism. Whether addressing economic decline and class struggle, the Cuban Missile Crisis, or the politics of empire, Hall's singular commentary and theorizations make this volume essential for anyone interested in the politics of the last sixty years.


"Hall's writings make an extremely important contribution not only in our understanding of the past and the cultural, political, sociological, and theoretical formations that Hall analyzed, but as documents that provide us with powerful political and theoretical tools to understand our present and change our future."

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Stuart Hall (1932-2014) es considerado uno de los principales referentes de los llamados estudios culturales. Jamaicano de origen, se afincó en Inglaterra, en donde posteriormente pasó a integrarse por invitación de Richard Hoggart en el Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies de la Universidad de Birmingham. Con E. P. Thompson y Raymond Williams fue fundador de la New Left Review y militante de diversos grupos y revistas del heterodoxo marxismo británico durante toda su vida.

Introduction / Sally Davison, David Featherstone and Bill Schwarz 1<BR>Note on Texts 16<BR>Part 1: The New Left and after<BR>1. The new Conservatism and the old (1957) 18<BR>2. A sense of classlessness (1958) 28<BR>3. The supply of demand (1960) 47<BR>4. The Cuban crisis: trial-run or steps towards peace? (1963) 70<BR>5. Political commitment (1966) 85<BR>6. A world at one with itself (1970) 107<BR>7. The first New Left: life and times (1990) 117<BR>Part 2: Thatcherism<BR>8. Racism and reaction (1978) 142<BR>9. 1970: Birth of the law and order society (1978) 158<BR>10. The great moving right show (1979) 172<BR>11. The 'Little Caesars' of social democracy (1981) 187<BR>12. The empire strikes back (1982) 200<BR>13. The crisis of Labourism (1984) 207<BR>14. The state: socialism's old caretaker (1984) 223<BR>15. Blue election, election blues (1987) 238<BR>16. The meaning of new times (1989) 248<BR>17. And not a shot fired: the end of Thatcherism? (1991) 266<BR>18. Our mongrel selves (1992) 275<BR>Part 3: Neoliberalism<BR>19. The great moving nowhere show (1998) 283<BR>20. New Labour's double-shuffle (2003) 301<BR>21. The neoliberal revolution (2011) 317<BR>Afterword / Michael Rustin 336<BR>Notes on historical figures 354<BR>Index 361

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