By Nick Ellison
In Egalitarian notion and Labour Politics Nick Ellison argues that the concept that of equality is the cornerstone of the British socialist culture. He examines the choice understandings of equality that have divided the labour social gathering in view that 1930 and strains the origins of the present shift clear of challenge for social and monetary equality to an expanding emphasis on liberty and person entitlement. Egalitarian proposal and Labour Politics can be involved in modern attitudes in the Labour social gathering, discussing the significance of the idea that to debates approximately citizenship and industry socialism.
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20 EGALITARIAN THOUGHT AND LABOUR POLITICS Although this conception of socialism, and the place and nature of equality within it, would be widely endorsed in the 1950s it was generally treated with caution in the late 1930s. Gaitskell, who had moved closer to Jay’s position by 1937, did not accept the full force of his argument. It was not until the shortcomings of physical planning and the controversies over the future of public ownership undermined the Attlee government after 1947 that Labour’s future leader finally accepted the logic of the Keynesian socialist position.
Two years later Clark produced another pamphlet, A Socialist Budget, at Dalton’s request, for Labour’s Finance and Trade Committee. After discussions with Meade in the intervening period his views had noticeably changed. Although he continued to believe that the joint-stock banks should be brought into public ownership, Clark now acknowledged the importance of egalitarian measures as a priority. 69 The statement is tentative, but Clark plainly intended to abide by its logic. A Socialist Budget was devoted entirely to questions of investment and taxation.
89 To be meaningful, central planning and 24 EGALITARIAN THOUGHT AND LABOUR POLITICS public ownership must be made genuinely responsive to employees’ interests and this could only be accomplished by the downward extension of democracy in industry, a strategy which alone could guarantee the equality of status commensurate with true fellowship. Tawney’s equality If Cole’s egalitarian vision was clouded by inconsistencies over policy, Tawney suffered the opposite problem. The undeniable certainty of the benefits of fellowship led him to state—and restate —his ideal with unswerving conviction.
Egalitarian Thought and Labour Politics by Nick Ellison