The Progressive Manifesto: New Ideas for the Centre-Left
November 2003, Polity
The centre-left must respond. Third-way thinking was a major
source of ideological renewal, but today we must move beyond the
political formulae of the 1990s.
The authors represented in this volume show how. The papers
included were prepared for the summit of progressive leaders held
in July 2003. All have been written by leading experts in their
fields. In his extensive introduction, Anthony Giddens draws the
threads together to sketch a powerful and novel left-centre
The book includes contributors from John Kay, Folke Schuppert,
Tom Berntley, David Halpern, Gøsta Esping-Andersen, Nicola
Rossi, David Held, Mary Kaldor, Rebecca Willis and James
Formerly Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science, Anthony Giddens is a leading contributor to political debate around the world. He is the author of numverous widely acclaimed works including The Third Way (1998) and The Third Way and its Critics (2000).
Introduction. Neoprogressivism: A New Agenda for Social Democracy (Anthony Giddens).
1: The Embedded Market (John Kay).
2: The Ensuring State (Folke Schuppert).
3: 21st-Century Citizenship (Tom Bentley and David Halpern).
4: Against Social Inheritance (Gösta Esping-Andersen).
5: Managed Diversity (Nicola Rossi).
6: Global Social Democracy (David Held).
7: Global Terrorism (Mary Kaldor).
8: Technology, Risk and the Environment (Rebecca Willis and James Wilsdon)