When the next radical public is identifiable, the radical writer will re-appear. That public is actually surfacing, but at the hands of social and political inventors in the tradition of Michael Young, not of poets, playwrights or novelists. The focal points are community regeneration and public- private- voluntary partnerships. These are already well-grounded but, lacking national battalions, they are ignored. That will change. The Scots are showing the way, London is next.
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