The New Politics of Welfare: Social Justice in a Global Context

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    I am very grateful to a number of friends and colleagues who read the first draft of this book, and made helpful criticisms and suggestions, especially Hartley Dean (whose detailed comments and overall perspectives were especially valuable), Michael Breuer, Mita Castle-Kanerova and Ian Holliday; and also to the anonymous readers of my original proposal for the book. I have tried to do justice to all their suggestions, but inevitably fallen short in some respects.

    Gill Watson has worked extremely hard and efficiently to turn my early-morning handwriting into electronic text, and I am very much indebted to her for her expertise and support.

    Thanks also to Lucy Robinson at Sage Publications for her advice and encouragement, and to all my colleagues in Exeter, Huddersfield, Bremen, Bratislava and Budapest for what I have learned from them recently.

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