Social Justice: A View from the Edge?
Clarke’s essay, datelined post-imperial England, in his words a backwater constantly on the verge of falling off the edge of Europe, generously credits the Social Justice editors and contributors with maintaining a consistent view of conflict as a central dynamic, driving social, political, and economic change (and not always in progressive directions) and for its capacity to engage with the shifting forms, focal points, mobilizations, and collective identities that have provided the substance of anti-oppressive struggles in the late 20th century.
Social Justice [periodical]
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. 2 (1999): 14-15