Baron Glasman

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Maurice Glasman, Baron Glasman is an English academic, social thinker and Labour life peer in the House of Lords. He is best known as the originator of Blue Labour, a term he coined in 2009. Red Pepper bio

Books and Publications

  • Maurice Glasman, Jonathan Rutherford, Marc Stears and Stuart White, ed. (2011). The Labour Tradition and the Politics of Paradox: The Oxford London Seminars 2010-11. The Oxford-London Seminars. Soundings Journal.
  • Maurice Glasman (Winter 2010). "Labour as a radical tradition". Soundings, Number 46. pp. 31-41.
  • Maurice Glasman (8 November 2008). The Secret of Obama's success.
  • Maurice Glasman (4 February 2006). Losing Your Rag.
  • Maurice Glasman (1996). Unnecessary Suffering: Managing Market Utopia. Verso.
  • Maurice Glasman (May/June 1994). "The Great Deformation: Polanyi, Poland, and the Terrors of Planned Spontaneity".

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch


  1. Labour Values Who, organizational web page, accessed October 1, 2012.