Disability cuts and the problem of complacency… « My Political Ramblings

In recent blogs, I have paid specific attention to the importance of outside and inside political movements – outside movements are typified by the student movement (and theoretically discussed by the likes of Murray Bookchin), whereas inside movements are specifically required to radically influence the Labour Party; especially regarding the need for Labour as the mainstream opposition to take a more progressive anti-cut stance. However, there is a complacent attitude developing regarding the power outside movements currently have. Whilst I believe it is extremely vital, as I have said before (and as some people interpreted wrongly as though I was privileging one over the other) both outside and inside politics work together creating a complementary ethic of radical politics

Disability cuts and the problem of complacency… « My Political Ramblings

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