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Dear Sir, The "change" which all the parties are vaunting at their conferences is largely for the cameras and copied by PR machines from Obama's campaign but with only milk teeth to effect the huge economic rethinking which is demanded by both the financial crash and the need to vastly reduce emissions.
They were sacrificed on the altar of the vaunting political ambition of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
Ironically, Goody's analysis of Christianity's multiple impacts is entirely compatible with the work of Goody's main nemesis, Max Weber, who saw the church's impact on the west as central, leading as it did to the erosion of bonds of blood and the substitution of a value system vaunting ties of the spirit.