Books reviewed in this issue.
‘It's Inequality, Stupid!’
PHILIP ARMSTRONG AND BOB SUTCLIFFE
Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy, by Raghuram G. Rajan.
Economic Collapse, Economic Change: Getting to the Roots of the Crisis, by Arthur MacEwan and John A. Miller.
Politics without power
A Walk-On Part, by Chris Mullin.
Debunking Afghan myths
Ghosts of Afghanistan: The Haunted Battleground, by Jonathan Steele.
The way after the Third Way
Social Democracy and Capitalism in the Knowledge Age, by Jenny Andersson.
Latin America: the left returns
The Triumph of Politics: The Return of the Left in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, by George Philip and Francisco Panizza.
The Resurgence of the Latin American Left, edited by Steven Levitsky and Kenneth M. Roberts.
The New Mole: Paths of the Latin American Left, by Emir Sader, translated by Iain Bruce.
(Re)inventing political culture?
Reinventing Political Culture: The Power of Culture versus the Culture of Power, by Jeffrey C. Goldfarb.
When the middle began to be squeezed
Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer—And Turned Its Back on the Middle Class, by Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson.
Italy: endlessly resisting
The Legacy of the Italian Resistance, by Philip Cooke.
Plus ça change …
Eighteenth-century British Premiers: Walpole to the Younger Pitt, by Dick Leonard.
Gridlock or peak travel?
Gridlock Nation, by Kwasi Kwarteng and Jonathan Dupont.
TINA (there is no etc.): the sequel
UK Economy: The Crisis in Perspective, edited by Gabriele Giudice, Robert Kuenzel and Thomas Springbett.