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  • History Workshop Online - Beatrix Campbell
    regrading as semi skilled workers it came to be a strike for equal pay for women workers It felt gorgeous it also felt odd I remember it vividly says the feminist and writer Beatrix Campbell then a sub editor at the communist daily the Morning Star This was 1968 Everybody was fascinated by the strikes all over Europe sit ins the most glorious theatres of resistance And here was something in the British context that was somewhat surprising These were working class women who were having a go It felt extraordinary spectacular gorgeous It also felt odd in the sense that much of the riotous assembly and glorious revolutionary activism of 1968 invited support That wasn t true of this strike It was somewhat shut Listen to Bea talking about Made in Dagenham Beatrix Campbell talking about Made in Dagenham Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Search for Biography A Book You Have Been Waiting For Catch up with recent posts Leon Brittan who needs an apology now CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Hilary Benn Thinking About War Talking of Losers and Scumbags Men and Lads Playboy nods to the cultural revolution Conversation Nick on Leon Brittan who needs an apology now Tina Jenkins on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Nick on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays beatrix campbell on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Rob on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Subscribe via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email Email Address Archives

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  • The Guardian - Beatrix Campbell
    more Click to read more Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Search for Biography A Book You Have Been Waiting For Catch up with recent posts Leon Brittan who needs an apology now CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Hilary Benn Thinking About War Talking of Losers and Scumbags Men and Lads Playboy nods to the cultural revolution Conversation Nick on Leon Brittan who needs an apology now Tina Jenkins on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Nick on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays beatrix campbell on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Rob on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Subscribe via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email Email Address Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April

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  • Other Articles - Beatrix Campbell
    Here s the first SUPPING WITH THE DEVIL SECOND WAVE FEMINISM AND NEO LIBERALISM Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Search for Biography A Book You Have Been Waiting For Catch up with recent posts Leon Brittan who needs an apology now CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Hilary Benn Thinking About War Talking of Losers and Scumbags Men and Lads Playboy nods to the cultural revolution Conversation Nick on Leon Brittan who needs an apology now Tina Jenkins on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Nick on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays beatrix campbell on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Rob on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Subscribe via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email Email Address Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 November 2013 October 2013

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  • Supping with the Devil? Second Wave Feminism and Neo-Liberalism - Beatrix Campbell
    s trajectory in the institutions was a case shall we say of uneven development at the global level patriarchy s loss of legitimacy was expressed in some UN values and projects in modest EU legislative reform it was the EU that drove the UK s belated and minimalist legislation In Britain the Second Wave found some expression in municipal socialism trade unions in the cultures of professions at the interface between the institutions and citizens in survivor movements and public service During the mid 1970s the implementation of the Equal Pay Act converged with a historic social contract between a Labour government and the unions that for the first time prioritised the low paid That didn t last one of the causes among many of Labour s undoing towards the end of the decade was the revival of macho ascendancy and anti egalitarianism within trade unionism And yet this had been a unique moment in the post war history of Labourism largely underestimated or opposed by the left It had been an economic political context in which feminism could thrive Why Because the state in that moment was disposed to take the side of women and the lowest paid organised working class power for the first time in peace and relative prosperity embraced a thoroughly egalitarian economic ethos It was a moment of democratic modernisation it was enlisted to reform the practices of organised labour s political bargaining so that social benefits and social power could be shared across the working class rather than economic power being focused on short term gains for the labour aristocracy Women in employment were the major beneficiaries 8 SUMMER 2009 PERSPECTIVES 22 The social contract was a complex and hugely controversial moment it split the left but it was revelatory about the context in which feminism might thrive Its ultimate rejection by the labour movement provoked what was to become three decades of neo liberal economics and the new imperialism The effect on feminism was shattering The political landscape became barren The Second Wave became endangered Feminism is always contingent as a social movement it has an institutional presence which is precarious it is both there and not there its impact depends on champions and consensus its priorities always risk being lost in translation they are mediated through other political parties professional and workers organisations that have been constructed in the image and interests of men The Second Wave had influence but no power Nonetheless in the 1980s its impact was still palpable particularly on the renovation of peace politics and municipal democracy Greenham Common peace camp and the peace movement s resistance to the deployment of Cruise missiles in the UK changed the way that artful direct action could be performed in the welfare professions particularly anti oppressive practice though sometimes experienced as brutal was on the intellectual horizon municipalism was radicalised and modernised pluralistic notions of citizenship and popular planning became embedded in the big cities and so provoked the Thatcher government that it abolished an entire layer of metropolitan government Feminism woz there DEFEAT OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY The defeat of social democracy was then overwhelming it was epochal Not only were there four successive Conservative election victories but Thatcherism s legacy lived on in the metamorphosis of Labourism into New Labour New Labour was nothing if not a repudiation of the new social movements It followed the neo liberal direction of travel promoted privatisation and endorsed the new imperialism that took Britain into more wars than at any time since World War II For feminism that was even worse than it seemed New Labour had been the beneficiary of feminism s insurgency within Labourism By the 1997 election the party fielded more women than ever before and dragged women s presence in Parliament up to a meagre but hugely better 18 per cent Labourism had been a men s movement its egalitarian rhetoric had been compromised by the overwhelming influence of the trade union block vote a proxy for organised men The women s presence in the 1997 election therefore came to be represented as the marque of modernisation If Fraser s hypothesis is to work then this is its moment But it isn t the women s presence was instantly muted New Labour had strenuously distanced itself from the radicalisms that were not to its taste movements and interests struggled to find a niche in the big tent and insofar as they flourished it was when they articulated with other populist initiatives One of New Labour s biggest positive achievements was an effect of feminists within the government Second Wavers Insofar as women s interests were favoured it was typically conjunctural when feminist champions within the Cabinet Second Wavers converged with other interests An exemplar was the law on domestic violence and the prosecution of sex offences which was radically reformed an effect of feminist pressure on a tough law and order orientation EFFECT OF FEMINISTS IN GOVERNMENT One of New Labour s biggest positive achievements the expansion of public child care the UK has the lowest level of public child care provision among its European equivalents was an effect of feminists within the government Second Wavers plus crime prevention preoccupations The feminists were alone New Labour didn t like lily livered pinkos anywhere New Labour s social welfare agenda was modelled on the esprit of Clinton s welfarism a moralism towards mothers and populist anxieties about crime gender and generation It was not affirmed by the Second Wave nor was it ideologically endorsed by the movements for social justice in civil society What they did was put up and shut up Economic strategy however became impregnable characterised by low direct tax liberation of the Bank of England privatisation plus retention of the restraints on trade union activism and a robust refusal to bankroll equal pay Within a decade relative inequality had widened to levels unknown since the 1960s and the pay gap between men and women actually increased The

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  • Supping with the Devil? Second Wave Feminism and Neo-Liberalism - Beatrix Campbell
    imperialism feminism s trajectory in the institutions was a case shall we say of uneven development at the global level patriarchy s loss of legitimacy was expressed in some UN values and projects in modest EU legislative reform it was the EU that drove the UK s belated and minimalist legislation In Britain the Second Wave found some expression in municipal socialism trade unions in the cultures of professions at the interface between the institutions and citizens in survivor movements and public service During the mid 1970s the implementation of the Equal Pay Act converged with a historic social contract between a Labour government and the unions that for the first time prioritised the low paid That didn t last one of the causes among many of Labour s undoing towards the end of the decade was the revival of macho ascendancy and anti egalitarianism within trade unionism And yet this had been a unique moment in the post war history of Labourism largely underestimated or opposed by the left It had been an economic political context in which feminism could thrive Why Because the state in that moment was disposed to take the side of women and the lowest paid organised working class power for the first time in peace and relative prosperity embraced a thoroughly egalitarian economic ethos It was a moment of democratic modernisation it was enlisted to reform the practices of organised labour s political bargaining so that social benefits and social power could be shared across the working class rather than economic power being focused on short term gains for the labour aristocracy Women in employment were the major beneficiaries 8 SUMMER 2009 PERSPECTIVES 22 The social contract was a complex and hugely controversial moment it split the left but it was revelatory about the context in which feminism might thrive Its ultimate rejection by the labour movement provoked what was to become three decades of neo liberal economics and the new imperialism The effect on feminism was shattering The political landscape became barren The Second Wave became endangered Feminism is always contingent as a social movement it has an institutional presence which is precarious it is both there and not there its impact depends on champions and consensus its priorities always risk being lost in translation they are mediated through other political parties professional and workers organisations that have been constructed in the image and interests of men The Second Wave had influence but no power Nonetheless in the 1980s its impact was still palpable particularly on the renovation of peace politics and municipal democracy Greenham Common peace camp and the peace movement s resistance to the deployment of Cruise missiles in the UK changed the way that artful direct action could be performed in the welfare professions particularly anti oppressive practice though sometimes experienced as brutal was on the intellectual horizon municipalism was radicalised and modernised pluralistic notions of citizenship and popular planning became embedded in the big cities and so provoked the Thatcher government that it abolished an entire layer of metropolitan government Feminism woz there DEFEAT OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY The defeat of social democracy was then overwhelming it was epochal Not only were there four successive Conservative election victories but Thatcherism s legacy lived on in the metamorphosis of Labourism into New Labour New Labour was nothing if not a repudiation of the new social movements It followed the neo liberal direction of travel promoted privatisation and endorsed the new imperialism that took Britain into more wars than at any time since World War II For feminism that was even worse than it seemed New Labour had been the beneficiary of feminism s insurgency within Labourism By the 1997 election the party fielded more women than ever before and dragged women s presence in Parliament up to a meagre but hugely better 18 per cent Labourism had been a men s movement its egalitarian rhetoric had been compromised by the overwhelming influence of the trade union block vote a proxy for organised men The women s presence in the 1997 election therefore came to be represented as the marque of modernisation If Fraser s hypothesis is to work then this is its moment But it isn t the women s presence was instantly muted New Labour had strenuously distanced itself from the radicalisms that were not to its taste movements and interests struggled to find a niche in the big tent and insofar as they flourished it was when they articulated with other populist initiatives One of New Labour s biggest positive achievements was an effect of feminists within the government Second Wavers Insofar as women s interests were favoured it was typically conjunctural when feminist champions within the Cabinet Second Wavers converged with other interests An exemplar was the law on domestic violence and the prosecution of sex offences which was radically reformed an effect of feminist pressure on a tough law and order orientation EFFECT OF FEMINISTS IN GOVERNMENT One of New Labour s biggest positive achievements the expansion of public child care the UK has the lowest level of public child care provision among its European equivalents was an effect of feminists within the government Second Wavers plus crime prevention preoccupations The feminists were alone New Labour didn t like lily livered pinkos anywhere New Labour s social welfare agenda was modelled on the esprit of Clinton s welfarism a moralism towards mothers and populist anxieties about crime gender and generation It was not affirmed by the Second Wave nor was it ideologically endorsed by the movements for social justice in civil society What they did was put up and shut up Economic strategy however became impregnable characterised by low direct tax liberation of the Bank of England privatisation plus retention of the restraints on trade union activism and a robust refusal to bankroll equal pay Within a decade relative inequality had widened to levels unknown since the 1960s and the pay gap between men and women actually

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  • Watch the Hands of Young Men in Prison - Beatrix Campbell
    Here is his exercise in empathy he writes about his girlfriend s feelings and explains his own Only towards the end of his sentence did he write about his childhood Her to Him You re my boyfriend in crime The fighting and the drugs are taking over you When I see you crew to crew I see my boy rowing and swearing You look like a terrorist with a devil inside I m the most important girl in you life I never again want to see you in a hospital bed With a machine plugged in you To keep you alive I want you to stop But I know I don t matter enough Him to Her Me and my boys we love to fight The pain we gain is what we live with Love and crime its all pain Love is a pain because the one you love is always on your back Don t do this don t do that But you are doing it and at the end of the day You are going to lose your girl Crime is pain I love to fight Hitting a lad for the first time is lovely The pain you gain will be the pain you love You ll have the power My knuckles are broken at first I feel nothing Long enough to hit him again The pain starts when I am calming down And moving my fingers about And the pain I gain makes me forget the pain that I bottle up All the time all my life The pain has been there inside of me Since ever I can remember In my body all over When my mum was getting knocked about by my dad And then my mum wasn t giving a fuck about us all It was like my dad knocked it out of her Then I couldn t trust my mum Couldn t rely on her I became a devil Mum couldn t control me at all I didn t like pain at that point That came later when I was older when I was fighting Gegs is serving a life sentence for murder He is 21 years old and a powerful presence on the wing whose pleasure writing his life story inspired several other young offenders to put pen to paper Thug I m not a psychopath I m a thug A thug just fight and fights and fights I ve been fighting since I was ten years old I ve been carrying knives since I was 14 years old I ve been threatening and terrorizing people I like it But I don t want to die And I don t want other people to die My life story is about this I seek pain I appreciate pain I think about causing pain and being in pain The pain I really desire is laughing pain It relieves me calms me I never want to die but I love being at risk And I

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  • Books - Beatrix Campbell
    available to purchase on Amazon Amazon co uk Widgets Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Search for Biography A Book You Have Been Waiting For Catch up with recent posts Leon Brittan who needs an apology now CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Hilary Benn Thinking About War Talking of Losers and Scumbags Men and Lads Playboy nods to the cultural revolution Conversation Nick on Leon Brittan who needs an apology now Tina Jenkins on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Nick on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays beatrix campbell on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Rob on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Subscribe via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email Email Address Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 July 2013 June

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  • Agreement! - Beatrix Campbell
    real story of Ireland s journey to pace and justice is murkier more treacherous and often more inspirational than our political masters would have us believe Bea Campbell is a great chronicler of our times humans and politically astute with a keen understanding of the double dealing interplay and courage that underpinned the long peace process which was really won by ordinary men and unsung women in Northern Ireland Helena Kennedy Outstanding an impressive and insightful book The story of international diplomacy and political deals has been told elsewhere but this details another story about the contribution of civil society the women s movement and a coalition of those committed to a unique constitutional moment and to the means by which the state might reinterpret itself and be changed Professor John Morison Purchase Agreement Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Search for Biography A Book You Have Been Waiting For Catch up with recent posts Leon Brittan who needs an apology now CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Hilary Benn Thinking About War Talking of Losers and Scumbags Men and Lads Playboy nods to the cultural revolution Conversation Nick on Leon Brittan who needs an apology now Tina Jenkins on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Nick on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays beatrix campbell on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Rob on CONSERVATIVE CAD Cecil Parkinson Ruined Sara Keays Subscribe via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email Email Address Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015

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