ISSN: 20406134
Online ISSN: 20406142
First published in 2010
2 Issues per volume
Volume 8 Issue 2
Cover Date: October 2017
Contents
Thatcherism and popular culture
Authors:  Kari Kallioniemi And  Rami Mähkä 
Page Start: 105
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Basil Fawlty as a ‘pre-Thatcherite’ conservative in Fawlty Towers
Authors:  Rami Mähkä 
Page Start: 109
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‘The sound of Thatcherism on vinyl’: New pop, early neo-right aspirations and Spandau Ballet
Authors:  Kari Kallioniemi 
Page Start: 125
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Polluting young minds? Smash Hits and ‘high Thatcherism’
Authors:  Neil Kirkham 
Page Start: 139
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Thatcherism and popular music: Towards a policy perspective
Authors:  Martin Cloonan 
Page Start: 153
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Where there is discord, may we bring harmony: Government economic policy and independent record labels in the United Kingdom in the 1980s
Authors:  Mark Baillie 
Page Start: 171
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Thatcherism as trauma in Neil Marshall’s Doomsday
Page Start: 187
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Book Review
Authors:  Raita Merivirta 
Page Start: 201
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