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Welfare and the enterprise society

Raymond Plant

Welfare and the enterprise society

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by Raymond Plant

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Published by Longman .
Written in English


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Taken from The state and social welfare / edited by Thomas and Dorothy Wilson.

ContributionsWilson, Thomas.
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  To call the Great Society a socialist enterprise is to foreshadow its inevitable failure. And Shlaes goes further, arguing that the government’s effort to end poverty drove federal spending to. Enterprise and the Welfare State argues that there is more to welfare than simply provision by the state and so the focus of this book is on the welfare society rather than the welfare state. This requires a new system of statistical accounting and a different focus for case studies.

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