Out of the Blue: The Politics of the Green Party
Paper by Andrew Pearmain reviewing the performance of the Green Party in the 1989 European Election and its background and implications. See introductory article for synopsis.
Table of Contents
- Introduction. p2
- From Nowhere and Back Again? p6
- Back to 1989. p11
- The European Campaign. p13
- Explaining 1989: The Green Party’s own view at the time. p19
- Explaining 1989: Academic Accounts. p20
- ‘The Environmental Time-bomb’. p25
- ‘Beyond Left and Right’? Technocracy Versus Democracy. p29
- Placing Green Politics. p31
- Divergent UK and European Technocracies: Business Environmentalism and Green Statism. p36
- Greens and the Right. p37
- The Greens and Thatcherism. p41
- Greens and the Left. p46
- From ‘Party’ to ‘Movement’: the ‘New Politics’ of the 1980s. p54
- Greens, the State and Civil and Political Society. p59
- After 1989: The ‘Greening’ of British Politics. p62
- After 1989: Green Schisms. p65
- After 1989 – In for the Long Haul or ‘Eternal Marginality’?. p69
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