Sunday, 3 May 2009

Rupert Read Guest Speaker at Book Launch:

You are invited to a meeting at UEA Norwich, 6.00 till 7.30 on Tuesday 9th June, to mark the publication of:

Feelbad Britain: How to make it better

edited by Pat Devine, Andrew Pearmain and David Purdy

This book has been written as an attempt to apply the insights and experience of several political lifetimes to the history of the past thirty years – an era characterised, above all, by the ascendancy of neoliberalism, both as a general world-view and as an approach to public policy.

Norwich Feelbad Britain launch meeting:

Tuesday 9th June, 6.00 till 7.30

Room 2.03, Arts Building, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Speakers     David Purdy, co-author Feelbad Britain

                        Rupert Read, prospective Eastern Region MEP, Green Party

                        Jonathan Clark, chairperson, Norwich Compass

 Chair           Andrew Pearmain, co-author Feelbad Britain

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You are invited to a meeting at UEA Norwich, 6.00 till 7.30 on Tuesday 9th June, to mark the publication of:

Feelbad Britain: How to make it better

edited by Pat Devine, Andrew Pearmain and David Purdy

This book has been written as an attempt to apply the insights and experience of several political lifetimes to the history of the past thirty years – an era characterised, above all, by the ascendancy of neoliberalism, both as a general world-view and as an approach to public policy.

Norwich Feelbad Britain launch meeting:

Tuesday 9th June, 6.00 till 7.30

Room 2.03, Arts Building, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Speakers     David Purdy, co-author Feelbad Britain

                        Rupert Read, prospective Eastern Region MEP, Green Party

                        Jonathan Clark, chairperson, Norwich Compass

 Chair           Andrew Pearmain, co-author Feelbad Britain

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