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Conservative Governments, Morality and Social Change in Affluent Britain, 1957–64

In July 2004 Tony Blair attacked the ‘liberal consensus’ of the 1960s, claiming that it had helped to undermine respect for law and order in Britain. It was hardly the first time that Blair had borrowed an argument from the right wing of the Conservative Party, but this speech set new standards of audacity. ItContinue reading “Conservative Governments, Morality and Social Change in Affluent Britain, 1957–64”