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British Conservative Party

Ideology and Citizenship

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"Lenon Maschette's study shows how understandings of the individual, civil society and the state have developed in Britain since the Thatcherite critique of the post-war view of citizenship. Based on extensive research and packed with insightful commentary, Maschette's book is a very welcome reminder of the importance of this under-researched subject, as well as a valuable contribution to the more general literature on Thatcherism and its aftermath."

- Dr. Mark Garnett, Professor of Politis, Lancaster University

"In this fascinating book, Lenon Maschette traces how the Conservatives have understood and sought to redefine the notion of citizenship in Britain over the past five decades. It throws new light on the intellectual influences and debates that have shaped Conservative efforts to transform the relationship between the state and civil society, revealing that there is a lot more to this story than simply the rise of individualism. The volume is an important addition to the literature on the Conservative Party and provides a valuable reference point for future work in this field."

- Dr Richard Hayton, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Leeds

"An ambitious and wide-ranging work - unusual in its willingness to take the social thought of the modern Conservative Party seriously. It will force many readers to rethink their assumptions and its important arguments will be of interest to all those studying recent British politics."

- Dr. Richard Vinen, Professor in History, King’s College London

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Forlag
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781003849964
Utgivelsesår
2024

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«

"Lenon Maschette's study shows how understandings of the individual, civil society and the state have developed in Britain since the Thatcherite critique of the post-war view of citizenship. Based on extensive research and packed with insightful commentary, Maschette's book is a very welcome reminder of the importance of this under-researched subject, as well as a valuable contribution to the more general literature on Thatcherism and its aftermath."

- Dr. Mark Garnett, Professor of Politis, Lancaster University

"In this fascinating book, Lenon Maschette traces how the Conservatives have understood and sought to redefine the notion of citizenship in Britain over the past five decades. It throws new light on the intellectual influences and debates that have shaped Conservative efforts to transform the relationship between the state and civil society, revealing that there is a lot more to this story than simply the rise of individualism. The volume is an important addition to the literature on the Conservative Party and provides a valuable reference point for future work in this field."

- Dr Richard Hayton, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Leeds

"An ambitious and wide-ranging work - unusual in its willingness to take the social thought of the modern Conservative Party seriously. It will force many readers to rethink their assumptions and its important arguments will be of interest to all those studying recent British politics."

- Dr. Richard Vinen, Professor in History, King’s College London

»

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