Understanding State Welfare: Social Justice or Social Exclusion?

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    Thanks are due to my colleagues at the Manchester Metropolitan University who read various chapters in the manuscript, especially to John McHugh who read all the chapters and made many valuable suggestions. The usual disclaimers apply. Thanks also to Sukey, Ted, Sue, Gordon, Chris, Rod, Elaine, Gerry, Barbara, Dan, Rachel, George, Milligan and Meg, whose company and conversations, in and outside the Bell, were welcome distractions.

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