Consensus Politics: From Atlee to Major, 2nd Edition
July 1994, Wiley-Blackwell
This chronicle of the rise and fall of the post-war consensus in five key policy areas - the mixed economy, full employment, trade unions, welfare and foreign policy - remains a superb introduction to one of the major debates of recent political history.
2. Mixed Economy.
3. Full Employment.
4. The Role of the Trade Unions.
5. Welfare State.
6. Foreign and Defence Policy.
Afterword: From Thatcher to Major.
Peter Morris, Lecturer in Politics at the University of Nottingham, has written on aspects of contemporary French politics and history and he has translated a selection of Raymond Aron's sociological writings. He is also an editor of Modern and Contemporary France.