1. Introduction: The benighted decade? Reassessing the seventies - Lawrence Black and Hugh Pemberton 2. The politics of economic decline in the 1970s - James Alt 3. The politics of declinism - Jim Tomlinson 4. A time for confession - Samuel Brittan 5. Brittan on Britain: decline, declinism and the 'traumas of the 1970s' - Roger Middleton 6. Alternative European and economic strategies - Stuart Holland 7. The challenge of Stuart Holland: the Labour Party's economic strategy during the 1970s - Mark Wickham-Jones 8. Jam today: feminist impacts and transformations in the 1970s - Lynne Segal 9. Women and the 1970s. Towards liberation? - Pat Thane 10. Stanley Cohen's Folk Devils and Moral Panics revisited - Bill Osgerby 11. Penguin Books in the long-1970s: a company not a sacred institution - Peter Mayer 12. Penguin Books and the 'market place for ideas' - Dean Blackburn 13. Afterword: The future of the 1970s - Lawrence Black and Hugh Pemberton -- .
Lawrence Black is Reader in History at Durham University Hugh Pemberton is Reader in Contemporary British History at the University of Bristol Pat Thane is Research Professor at King's College, London and a Fellow of the British Academy -- .