Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Better Ed than dead...

But the question is whether intelligent voters should be willing to settle for so little. The argument between the Labour leadership contenders was still all within the same defunct growthist paradigm. There's no real sense of the shift in values and aims that a real move to new thinking, as in a true Green New Deal etc., would bring (see http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2010/07/against-growthism-and-how-to-understand.html  ). Let alone any sense of the legacy of Ralph M., and his brilliant deconstruction of the fantasy of Parliamentary socialism in the form of Labourism.

Better Ed than dead, sure (See http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2010/09/hopes-for-greenery-with-ed-as-labour.html  ) . But: Surely what we really need to say now, as David Marquand has done, is: Over to you, Caroline Lucas...

 

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But the question is whether intelligent voters should be willing to settle for so little. The argument between the Labour leadership contenders was still all within the same defunct growthist paradigm. There's no real sense of the shift in values and aims that a real move to new thinking, as in a true Green New Deal etc., would bring (see http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2010/07/against-growthism-and-how-to-understand.html  ). Let alone any sense of the legacy of Ralph M., and his brilliant deconstruction of the fantasy of Parliamentary socialism in the form of Labourism.

Better Ed than dead, sure (See http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2010/09/hopes-for-greenery-with-ed-as-labour.html  ) . But: Surely what we really need to say now, as David Marquand has done, is: Over to you, Caroline Lucas...

 
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