After the Market?

Victor Anderson

The hold of neoliberal market ideology has finally weakened. What comes next?

This Compass think piece explores the weaknesses of market ideology in practice, how these help explain the main political developments of the past half decade – including the rise of right-wing populism and environmentalist movements – and what they imply for the scope for progressive social change in the future.

In doing so, it argues for a renewed social democracy of the twenty-first century – one that would bring the dysfunctional finance and fossil fuel sectors under democratic international control.

And it lays out the practical alliance-building alternative to the Conservative Party’s dangerous combination of market ideology and right-wing populism.

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