This, then, is the thought Brown might have mulled as he watched Blair announce his exit. Is it possible that the Blair era of neoliberal certainty is coming to a close, that there are stirrings abroad that call for something else? Might there not be a demand for action, as there was when the last intolerable gap in wealth opened up nearly a century ago -- a demand, in short, for a battle against inequality?
Mon, May 14, 2007 - Page 9 News List
the left are down, but there's a sniff of revolution in the air
Some detect a global political awakening where, thanks to TV and the Internet, the have-nots can now see all that the haves are enjoying at their expense
By Jonathan Freedland / THE GUARDIAN , LONDON
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