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Contra La Tercera Via (Against the Thirdway): An Anticapitalist Criticism

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The third way is the political philosophy of Tony Blair and the new Labour in Great Britain, Bill Clinton in the United States and Gerhard Schröder in Germany. Defended with energy by Anthony Giddens, the third way calls for a strategy to renew the centre left, to avoid the free market liberalism of the new right and state socialism of the old left. Against the third way, Alex Callinicos develops an essential criticism of this philosophy. He maintains that the Third Way governments continue with the neo-liberal policies of their conservative predecessors. They have enhanced the interests of multinational corporations, they have privatised areas that Ronald Reagan or Margaret Thatcher did not dare to go, and they have allowed social and economic differences to continue to grow. Callinicos also attacks the structure that sustains the third way. It questions the idea that the knowledge economy is freeing us from the contradictions of capitalism.

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Author(s):
Alex Callinicos
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Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
8484323447
ISBN-13:
9788484323440
Number of pages:
171
Publisher:
Critica
Title:
Contra La Tercera Via (Against the Thirdway): An Anticapitalist Criticism

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The third way is the political philosophy of Tony Blair and the new Labour in Great Britain, Bill Clinton in the United States and Gerhard Schröder in Germany. Defended with energy by Anthony Giddens, the third way calls for a strategy to renew the centre left, to avoid the free market liberalism of the new right and state socialism of the old left. Against the third way, Alex Callinicos develops an essential criticism of this philosophy. He maintains that the Third Way governments continue with the neo-liberal policies of their conservative predecessors. They have enhanced the interests of multinational corporations, they have privatised areas that Ronald Reagan or Margaret Thatcher did not dare to go, and they have allowed social and economic differences to continue to grow. Callinicos also attacks the structure that sustains the third way. It questions the idea that the knowledge economy is freeing us from the contradictions of capitalism.

Author(s):
Alex Callinicos
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
8484323447
ISBN-13:
9788484323440
Number of pages:
171
Publisher:
Critica
Title:
Contra La Tercera Via (Against the Thirdway): An Anticapitalist Criticism

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