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Corbyn and the Future of Labour: A Verso Report
by multiple authors
Oct. 1, 2017 - Oct. 1, 2017

Done

? (2016). Corbyn and the Future of Labour: A Verso Report. Verso Books.


Verso Books, 2016. 222 pages.

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p.160
hegemony »
(noun) preponderant influence or authority over...
p.158
Hayekian »
pertaining to the economic theories of Friedric...
p.158
neoliberalism »
the postulate that markets are organised most e...
p.140
hegemony »
(noun) preponderant influence or authority over...
p.136
Marxian »
pertaining to Karl Marx and ideas he explicitly...
p.164
beyond winning state power
A fundamental flaw in UK left thinking for gene...
p.146
we have a movement to build
We have a movement to build. In the process, we...
p.143
the liberal and the sociological models of poli...
The great difference between the liberal and th...
p.50
there is no middle ground
To imagine that Labour could overcome such odds...
p.33
the only truly sovereign state
[...] Everybody knows that Britain has been a v...

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Introduction
At the Dawn of the Corbyn Era (missing author)

by the Verso Editors

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Introduction
At the Dawn of the Corbyn Era (missing author)

by the Verso Editors

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57

Labour’s Fabricated Anti-Semitism Crisis

ambivalent on this one. I came in expecting that the anti-Semitism stuff was all fabricated and left thinking, holy shit, maybe Labour DOES have an anti-Semitism problem (though whether it's worth than any other political party, I have no clue). I think the main thing I didn't realise is just how strong anti-Semitism seems to in the UK in the first place, and I guess I haven't been steeped in that sort of culture enough to really understand why (like honestly I don't understand why, pls help)

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57

Labour’s Fabricated Anti-Semitism Crisis

ambivalent on this one. I came in expecting that the anti-Semitism stuff was all fabricated and left thinking, holy shit, maybe Labour DOES have an anti-Semitism problem (though whether it's worth than any other political party, I have no clue). I think the main thing I didn't realise is just how strong anti-Semitism seems to in the UK in the first place, and I guess I haven't been steeped in that sort of culture enough to really understand why (like honestly I don't understand why, pls help)

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90

The Labour Right’s Year of Misery

the financial crisis and the role of the Labour Right in paving the way for it + hampering our recovery. an attempted coup on Corbyn

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90

The Labour Right’s Year of Misery

the financial crisis and the role of the Labour Right in paving the way for it + hampering our recovery. an attempted coup on Corbyn

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128

The Question of Leadership

on the two main perspectives of what politics is: as marketing (within a narrow scope of possible policies and potential candidates), and as social change determined by the power of various social groups within the populace

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128

The Question of Leadership

on the two main perspectives of what politics is: as marketing (within a narrow scope of possible policies and potential candidates), and as social change determined by the power of various social groups within the populace

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178

Recruit, Re-Tweet, Renationalise

proposals for building left hegemony with a focus on new media

  1. campus recruitment program focused on CS depts (GradLAB) to build digital tools for the party
  2. annual NetrootsUK events
  3. professionalise new media journalists/writers within the party? not sure (mentions Paul Mason, Owen Jones, Laurie Penny etc). basically influencers lol. Labour should offer them training and certification (don't know if I agree with the last bit)
  4. establish LabourLAB (incubator for new media and tech ideas)
  5. hire a party CTO
  6. hire a new media head (under CTO)
  7. create crowdfunding/donation website (BeRed), like the dems' ActBlue
  8. create new media advisory board
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178

Recruit, Re-Tweet, Renationalise

proposals for building left hegemony with a focus on new media

  1. campus recruitment program focused on CS depts (GradLAB) to build digital tools for the party
  2. annual NetrootsUK events
  3. professionalise new media journalists/writers within the party? not sure (mentions Paul Mason, Owen Jones, Laurie Penny etc). basically influencers lol. Labour should offer them training and certification (don't know if I agree with the last bit)
  4. establish LabourLAB (incubator for new media and tech ideas)
  5. hire a party CTO
  6. hire a new media head (under CTO)
  7. create crowdfunding/donation website (BeRed), like the dems' ActBlue
  8. create new media advisory board
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