compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
In 1996 Will Hutton wrote The State We're In, setting out his vision of Britain's future as the then ascendant Tony Blair prepared to take power. The new dawn didn't break. With Them and Us, he turns his persuasive efforts on the coalition, from whom he has accepted a job to review public sector pay. Here he argues that fairness should not be sacrificed to austerity, and tries to reconcile radical principle with political pragmatism. The result is a tract for our times, passionate, erudite, with much common sense.
Robert Skidelsky The Guardian
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