Society's inability to make sense of the downturn is hampering what we really need: a major public debate about the economy.
What happens to political and public life in the aftermath of a destructive global economic crisis? The answer to that question depends on how the crisis is interpreted, who is blamed for it, and what system of meaning exists through which communities might make sense of misfortune and disasters.
Spiked, Tuesday 16 December 2008
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The crisis with no name