Series: Soundings, A Journal of Politics and Culture

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Soundings 6: Young Britain by Stuart Hall6
Soundings 13: These Sporting Times by Stuart Hall13
Soundings 22: Fears and Hopes by Stuart Hall22
Soundings 29: After Identity by Jonathan Rutherford29
Soundings 38: Cultures of Capitalism by Jonathan Rutherford38
Soundings 40: End of an Era by Jonathan Rutherford40
Soundings 42: The Killing Fields of Inequality by Jonathan Rutherford42
Soundings 46: The Good Society by Jonathan Rutherford46
Soundings 47: An Insecure Future by Jonathan Rutherford47
Soundings 48: The Neoliberal Revolution by Jonathan Rutherford48
Soundings 49: Who Will Speak for England? by Jonathan Rutherford49
Soundings 50: Where's Labour? by Jonathan Rutherford50
Soundings 51: Scotland's Future by Jonathan Rutherford51
Soundings 52: Next Generation Feminism by Jonathan Rutherford52
Soundings 53: Where Next? by Sally Davison53
Soundings 54: Hope and Experience by Sally Davison54
Soundings 55: Values as Commodities by Sally Davison55
Soundings 56: Austerity Generation by Sally Davison56
Soundings 58: Dialogue and Memory by Sally Davison58
Soundings 59: Dare to Win by Sally Davison59

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