The Third Way: New Politics for the New Century

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Fabian Society, 1998 - Political Science - 20 pages
Tony Blair sets out his vision of the Third Way as a modernized social democracy, outlining its core values and how they relate to a world of rapid change at home and abroad. He makes the case for a dynamic economy based on individual empowerment and opportunity; a strong civil society enshrining rights and responsibilities; a modern government based on partnership, innovation and decentralization; and a foreign policy furthering international co-operation.

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Tony Blair Contents 1 Values
The Third Way in a Changing World
Modern Dynamic Economy

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About the author (1998)

Tony Blair was born on May 6, 1953. He graduated from Oxford University in 1976 with a Second Class Honours BA in Jurisprudence. He became a member of parliament for Sedgefield in 1983 and was elected prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. In 2008, he founded the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, which promotes respect and understanding between the major religions and makes the case for faith as a force for good in the modern world. He also leads the Breaking the Climate Deadlock initiative and lectures at Yale University.

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