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Manipulating Hegemony

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Klappentext Drawing on neo-Gramscian theories of International Political Economy! this book explores the impact of the Marshall Plan on labour and government in Britain. Rather than the US imposing a 'politics of productivity' on an unwilling government! the centre-right of the Labour Party used the Marshall Plan to achieve its own political ends. Manipulating Hegemony shows how the government was able to marginalise the left to create a pattern of state-labour politics that was to endure until the end of the 1970s. Zusammenfassung Drawing on neo-Gramscian theories of International Political Economy! this book explores the impact of the Marshall Plan on labour and government in Britain. Rather than the US imposing a 'politics of productivity' on an unwilling government! the centre-right of the Labour Party used the Marshall Plan to achieve its own political ends. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Tables Foreword Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction International Politics! Domestic Politics and the Marshall Plan The Marshall Plan The Scale and Impact of the Marshall Plan The Government/Union Alliance in Postwar Britain The Trade Union Response to the Marshall Plan The Marshall Plan and the Split in the International Trade Union Movement The Anglo-American Council on Productivity State Power! Labour and the Marshall Plan in Britain Bibliography Index

Autorentext
Rhiannon Vickers is Lecturer in Politics at University of Leeds.


Klappentext

Drawing on neo-Gramscian theories of International Political Economy, this book explores the impact of the Marshall Plan on labour and government in Britain. Rather than the US imposing a 'politics of productivity' on an unwilling government, the centre-right of the Labour Party used the Marshall Plan to achieve its own political ends. Manipulating Hegemony shows how the government was able to marginalise the left to create a pattern of state-labour politics that was to endure until the end of the 1970s.



Inhalt

List of Tables Foreword Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction International Politics, Domestic Politics and the Marshall Plan The Marshall Plan The Scale and Impact of the Marshall Plan The Government/Union Alliance in Postwar Britain The Trade Union Response to the Marshall Plan The Marshall Plan and the Split in the International Trade Union Movement The Anglo-American Council on Productivity State Power, Labour and the Marshall Plan in Britain Bibliography Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Manipulating Hegemony
Untertitel: State Power, Labour and the Marshall Plan in Britain
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EAN: 9780333772843
ISBN: 978-0-333-77284-3
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 185
Gewicht: 331g
Größe: H203mm x B203mm x T127mm
Jahr: 2000
Auflage: 2000

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