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Martin O’Neill, Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of York, is co-author of The Case for Community Wealth Building, and co-editor of Taxation: Philosophical Perspectives and Property-Owning Democracy: Rawls and Beyond.
Center-left parties should learn that small-bore solutions are a waste of time.
Were Labour's gains in the recent British election overblown, or is there real cause for hope?
It has not been an easy path from Blairite centrism to radical socialist hope.
Theresa May came to bury the Labour Party, but instead she and her party have been deeply damaged.
Egalitarianism requires not just redistribution but equal social standing.
Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the UK Labour Party, is helping to revive the radical left.
Is There a Moral Case for Free Markets?
Rawls's Radical Vision for a Better America
Money in politics also blemishes British democracy.
There is much to be done outside the tax system itself.