- Fabian Review – Summer 2008
- Tom Hampson
- 1 June 2008
This summer the Fabian Review exposes and explores Britain’s class taboos. This issue of the Fabian Review features exclusive interviews with David Blunkett and Professor David Cannadine, and a series of pioneering policy recommendations including Tom Hampson’s controversial work on class hate and the word “chav”.
In this issue of the Fabian Review:
Louise Bamfield asks some probing questions about class and equal opportunity.
Chris Leslie argues for bold new fair taxes.
Danny Dorling shows us how cash is king in modern Britain .
Sunder Katwala on what we can learn from the American elections
Peter Hyman writes on Ten Years of New Labour
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