Towards a Classless Society?
Edited by Helen Jones
Routledge – 1997 – 248 pages
An alternative to the right-wing paradigm which has hijacked discussions of class, this book focuses on the specific ways in which class inequalities manifest themselves in Britain and exposes the hollowness if politicians' rhetoric over the classless society.
'Packed with information and statistics about the growth and impact of class inequalities which will be invaluable for social science students wishing to counter the arguments of rightwing or postmodernist lecturers.' - Socialist Review