Mind the gap: the new class divide in Britain
Short Books, 2004/09/01 - 316 ページ
This is a daring, provocative, and unusually frank discussion of the Gap—the invisible, yet powerful, divide between classes—which always has, and perhaps always will, plague Britain. To pretend that class distinctions are a thing of the past, is, as Ferdinand Mount argues, nothing more than an ostrich-like attempt at idealism. Through fine observation and extensive research, covering issues as diverse as the distribution of wealth, the significance of speech patterns, and the politics of egalitarianism, the author pursues an oft-times illusive answer to the fundamental question: How can oppressive inequality in Britain be wiped out once and for all?
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Review: Mind the Gap: Class in Britain Nowユーザー レビュー - Steve - Goodreads
This was extremely good, even though Mount allows more State interference than I would like when he comes to solutions. On the whole, his analysis of the emergence of the Under Class and the erosion ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Mind the Gap: Class in Britain Nowユーザー レビュー - Douglas - Goodreads
This is a patrician well-organised attack on the effect of the UK State's intrusion on the lower classes. There is much truth in it but the idealisation of the pre-1940 working class culture is ... レビュー全文を読む