anthony crosland Quotes

A high proportion of the population enjoys many of the 'luxuries' which until recently were considered the prerogative of the rich; and the ordinary worker lives at what even two decades ago would have been considered in Britain a middle-class standard of life.
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— Anthony Crosland
I am...wholeheartedly a Galbraith man.
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— Anthony Crosland
We conceive the function of Tribune to be the expression in popular form, and to as large a public as possible, of the views of the Left and Marxist wing of social democracy in this country. Its policy must be that of those who believe that the present leadership of the Labour Party is not sufficiently Socialist.
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— Anthony Crosland
I do not believe there is a long-term future for the privately rented sector in its present form.
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— Anthony Crosland
Much more should have been achieved by a Labour Government in office and Labour pressure in opposition. Against the dogged resistance to change, we should have pitted a stronger will to change. I conclude that a move to the Left is needed.
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— Anthony Crosland
We still retain in Britain a deeper sense of class, a more obvious social stratification, and stronger class resentments, than any of the Scandinavian, Australasian, or North American countries.
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— Anthony Crosland
As a democratic Socialist profoundly committed to the rule of law, I could not condone, let alone encourage, defiance of the law.
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— Anthony Crosland
We believe that the developing crisis in the capitalist system, by which we mean both economic stagnation, and the social and political conflicts to which it gives rise, makes it possible to think in terms of developing a sizeable and serious revolutionary socialist party in a way that was not possible 20 or even 10 years ago.
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— Anthony Crosland
What one generation sees as a luxury, the next sees as a necessity.
— Anthony Crosland
Nationalisation...does not in itself engender greater equality, more jobs in the regions, higher investment or industrial democracy. The public knows this perfectly well, and so do the workers who have suffered from pit closures, steel redundancies and the run-down of the railways. It is idiotic to try to bamboozle them.
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— Anthony Crosland
anthony crosland
Birth    : August 29, 1918
Death  : February 19, 1977
Occupation  : British Politician

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