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The End of the Welfare State?: Responses to State Retrenchment


Throughout the world, politicians from all the main parties are cutting back on state welfare provision, encouraging people to use the private sector instead and developing increasingly stringent t



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The End of the Welfare State?: Responses to State Retrenchment


Throughout the world, politicians from all the main parties are cutting back on state welfare provision, encouraging people to use the private sector instead and developing increasingly stringent t