A Progressive Response
Chapter 9: Social security
This chapter explores social security policy, defined in wide terms, and how it has become increasingly conditional since the 1990s, adding to inequalities and blaming the most vulnerable for their predicaments in society. It presents an alternative view of social security that is more complex, but which has a far greater chance of meeting societal goals.
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