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Number 35, March 2007

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Left futures
pp. 5-7(3)
Author: Davison, Sally

Has the future a left?
pp. 8-15(8)
Author: Bauman, Zygmunt

The Long Revolution revisited
pp. 16-30(15)
Author: Rustin, Michael

The other pleasures of post-consumerism
pp. 31-40(10)
Author: Soper, Kate

The complexity of the social
pp. 41-53(13)
Author: Gilbert, Jeremy

Citizen's income: sowing the seeds of change
pp. 54-65(12)
Author: Purdy, David

Green ethics and the democratic left
pp. 66-75(10)
Author: Curry, Patrick

The end of the empire of Gog and Magog
pp. 76-91(16)
Author: Marriott, James

Progressive politics after Blair
pp. 92-104(13)
Author: Kenny, Michael

Childhood, youth and the economy
pp. 115-126(12)
Author: Alderson, Priscilla

Resisting Big Pharma
pp. 127-136(10)
Author: Law, Jacky

Labour's health policy: The cart before the horse?
pp. 137-147(11)
Author: Coote, Anna

Britain's wealth explosion
pp. 148-157(10)
Author: Lansley, Stewart

Three poems
pp. 158-162(5)
Authors: Robertson, Robin; Mersal, Iman; Mattawa, Khaled

pp. 163-170(8)

Notes on Contributors
pp. 171-173(3)

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