Rethinking Welfare: A Critical Perspective

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Iain Ferguson, Michael Lavalette & Gerry Mooney

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    Acknowledgements

    We would like to thank a number of people who have helped us during the writing of this book. At Sage both Karen Phillips and Louise Wise have been very supportive of the project from its earliest days. Gill Hubbard, Neil Davidson, Chris Jones, Alan Pratt and a number of anonymous referees read the manuscript and offered useful suggestions as to how the manuscript could be improved; their constructive criticisms were very welcome – although we did not always act upon their advice in ways that they would recognise. Thanks also to Methuen and to Suhrkamp Verlag Frankfurt am Main for permission to use a poem by Brecht. Finally, Dorte, Laura and Ann read various parts of the manuscript and their advice and patience sustained us during the book writing process.

    A Bed for the Night

    I hear that in New York

    At the corner of 26th Street and Broadway

    A man stands every evening during the winter months

    And gets beds for the homeless there

    By appealing to passers-by

    It won't change the world

    It won't improve relations among men

    It will not shorten the age of exploitation

    But a few men have a bed for the night

    For a night the wind is kept from them

    The snow meant for them falls on the roadway

    Don't put down the book on reading this, man

    A few people have a bed for the night

    For a night the wind is kept from them

    The snow meant for them falls on the roadway

    But it won't change the world

    It won't improve relations among men

    It will not shorten the age of exploitation

    Bertolt Brecht

    Poems 1913-1956 (London, Minerva)

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