The chapters in this volume reconsider fundamental premises about state and society in advanced capitalist countries. That social scientists in different disciplines of varying methodological and political persuasions should have found it useful to collaborate in such an undertaking is testimony to the profound social, economic and political shocks experienced by all advanced capitalist nations since to late 1960s. The energy crisis, the end of rapid economic growth, inflation, high unemployment and rising social conflict challenge conventional conceptions about the functioning of industrial societies and their future course. Social science theories have been unable to illuminate these realities.5, paragraphs 47-50, and 124, 134, where Locke argued inequality was aquot; practicable without compact, only by putting a value on ... 11 Alexander Pope, Moral Essays, Epistle III, line 143; cited in Isaac Kramnick, Bolingbroke and His Circle: Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Organizing Interests in Western Europe|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1983-04-29|