22. Jahrgang (1996), Heft 3 Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft ched from applying bitter medicine so as to eure the recent baut of infla­ tion, the deep recession and to "having had" to increase taxation. In fact, they were not coming clean, as they did not explain that these problems which had needed solving had been caused by their own policies, or ab­ sence of policies, in the first place. Notes (1) Lawsan (1993) 1001. (2) Cackett (1995) 323. (3) Cackett (1995) 322. (4) Thatcher 11 January 1996. (5) Canservative electian manifesta 1979. (6) Cackett (1995) 322. (7) The ward braught tagether the name af prominent Conservative Rab Butler and of the later Labour leader Hugh Gaitskell. (8) Cockett (1995) 322. (9) Roll (1994). (10) Hirst, Thompson (1996) 6. (11) Thatcher (1993) 5 . (12) Hayes (1994) 84. (13) Hirst, Thomson (1996) 6. (14) Hirst, Thomson (1996) 176. (15) Thatcher (1993) 4. (16) Hayes (1994) 78. (17) Jenkins (1995) 221 . (18) OECD Economic Outlook (July 1996) Annex Tables 44 und 43 . (19) OECD Economic Outlook (July 1996) Annex Table 21 . (20) Healey (1993) 136. (21) Stephens (1996) 266 ff. (22) Lawson (1992) 414 f. (23) Deputy Prime Minister Heseltine in an interview on Radio 4, 2 April 1996. (24) Lawson (1992) 649. (25) Hayes (1994) 78. (26) ONS Labour Market Statistics, First Release, 17 July 1996. (27) Kitson, Michie (1996b) 41 . (28) Kitson, Michie (1996b) 40 f. (29) Kitson, Michie (1996b) 31 . (30) Kitson, Michie (1996b) 30 ff. (31) Seen the Financial Times of 22 April 1996, The Economist af 2 July 1994 and 20 April 1996, and Die Zeit of 7 June 1996. (32) Kitson, Michie (1996a) 202 ff. (33) Rowthorn (1995) 26 ff. (34) Rowthorn (1995) 26 ff. (35) Michie, Smith (eds.) (1996b). (36) Rowthorn (1995) 27. (37) Quated in Bond, Jenkinsan (1996) 4. (38) Bond, Jenkinsan (1996) 5. (39) Currie (1996) 55. (40) Eltis (1996) 193 f. and Financial Times 18 July 1996. (41) Eltis (1996) 194. (42) Financial Times Survey 18 July 1996. (43) Eltis (1996) 193 f. (44) Financial Times 18 July 1996. (45) Policy Perspective Group (1996). (46) Financial Times (18 July 1996). 381