This article by James Morris appeared in the Fabian Review – Up Our Street – Winter 2016 http://www.fabians.org.uk/publications/fabian-review-winter-2016/
The article itself is not actually on-line yet, so I’ve scanned the details in and you can read the article in full here: epson011 epson012
James urges the Left to look at the gig picture and argues astutely that however effective our “ground field campaign” is, it’s of little use if the message and messenger is found wanting.
You can find James on Twitter at @JamesDMorris
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