Disposable society might just shop for a new government

Old fashioned policy politics has died and been replaced by slick image management.

19th May, 2007

Old fashioned policy politics has died and been replaced by slick image management.

It will be a moment of supreme political irony if this government, which has been the devoted apostle of the market economy, are to become victims themselves of consumerism’s indefatigable forces.

Are they to become the baffled and bloodied casualties of the invisible law of consumerism that dictates the seminal importance of the new - just for the sake of...

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