Letter: Third wayward

August 24, 2001

J. K. Galbraith once observed that the modern Conservative was searching for "a superior moral justification for greed". Robert Sugden's thoughtful review of The Global Third Way Debate (Books, THES , August 17) prompted the idea of a variant.

The third way may be part of new Labour's search for a superior moral justification for the abandonment of social justice.

Alan Hallsworth
Alsager, Cheshire

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