Values, Voice and Virtue (häftad)
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Values, Voice and Virtue

The New British Politics

Häftad,  Engelska, 2023-03-30
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*THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER* *A Financial Times 2023 book to watch* 'Forceful ... The fundamental thrust of Goodwin's argument is right ... a new centre ground of British politics is being formed - even if both parties have yet to fully comprehend it' The Times What has caused the recent seismic changes in British politics, including Brexit and a series of populist revolts against the elite? Why did so many people want to overturn the status quo? Where have the Left gone wrong? And what deeper trends are driving these changes? British politics is coming apart. A country once known for its stability has recently experienced a series of shocking upheavals. Matthew Goodwin, acclaimed political scientist and co-author of National Populism, shows that the reason is not economic hardship, personalities or dark money. It is a far wider political realignment that will be with us for years to come. An increasingly liberalised, globalised ruling class has lost touch with millions, who found their values ignored, their voices unheard and their virtue denied. Now, this new alliance of voters is set to determine Britain's fate. Sunday Times bestseller, April 2023
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A single missile laser-targeted at a careless, feckless ruling elite who have ignored the wants and wills of the vast majority of voters ... The fundamental thrust of Goodwin's argument is right. ... a new centre ground of British politics is being formed - even if both parties have yet to fully comprehend it. -- Sebastian Payne * The Times * A much-needed corrective. It gives voice to those whose values are scarcely heard or represented by the media ... impassioned and convincing. -- Patrick West * spiked * Goodwin's central thesis is that the rise of the radical right, the Brexit referendum and Johnson's general election victory of 2019 are expressions of a deeper realignment in UK politics that pits the marginalised white working class, socially conservative older voters and the 'non-graduate majority' against a new elite of university-educated progressives. -- Nick Pearce * Financial Times * The most consistent chronicler of events that have upturned the UK several times ... there is much to recommend it as an antidote against the madness of our times. -- Titus Techera * Washington Examiner * Well-written and cogently argued ... [Goodwin] understands the broad forces that spurred the surprising changes and tumult in the politics of the West, and he writes about them without villainizing or heroizing ... a crucial one to read. -- Bo Winegard * Aporia * This book is a valuable read for understanding better the cause of our recent democratic upheavals. -- Baroness Stowell * The House Magazine * Hot property... [from] an insightful author and a trendsetting 'entrepreneurial academic', combining his scholarly work with writing punchy op-eds and making his case on TV and radio. -- Rakib Ehsan * CapX * Goodwin is angry on behalf of the white working class. He wants a political programme that offers them more protection from the gales of international economic competition and from the erosion of their socially conservative values. -- David Willetts * Prospect *

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Matthew J. Goodwin is Professor of Politics at the University of Kent. The author of four books, including the Sunday Times bestseller National Populism, he appears regularly in print and broadcast media including the Sunday Times and the BBC. Goodwin has advised more than 200 organisations on political issues. He lives in London.