Classic third way or before its time? The New Zealand labour party in local and transnational context
The exceptionalist debate in labour history has concentrated upon the distinctiveness of a country’s labour, its uniqueness and historical contingency. Some historians are concerned that the current popularity of transnationalism in comparative history achieves exactly the opposite: it, ‘flattens and schematizes the richness, messiness, complexity, and the individuality’ of the case study. In this paper I consider politicians’, political scientists’ and sociologists’ enthusiasm for the Third...[Show more]
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|Source:||Labour History Review 75.1(2010) 98-113|
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