George Walford: Government Of? By? For?
There is a proposal that the barristers should be deprived of their monopoly of appearing before the higher courts. Lord Hailsham, the Lord Chancellor, has been quoted as opposing this. He is reported to have said that as a barrister and the father of barristers he would not agree to anything that might harm the profession. Lincoln, it appears, was expressing only an aspiration; what we are going to get, if the Lord Chancellor has his way, is government of the people, by the lawyers, for the lawyers.
from Ideological Commentary 18, June 1985.
- PSI Circular Number Two (February 1979)
- PSI Circular Number One (January 1979)
- Joshua Feldman: Reconceptualising (systematic) Ideology in the Wake of Political Psychology
- George Walford and Ike Benjamin: The Sad Case of the SPGB
- Linda Sloane: Systematic Ideology and Identity / The Triangle of Society, Ideology and the Individual
- Their “Operation Utopia”
- George Orwell Letters to George Walford
- George Walford: The New Magic
- George Walford: Exploring Ideology
- George Walford: Sciences