The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Policy
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2011 - Philosophy - 305 pages
Wingenbach persuasively argues that agonistic outcomes may be generated within liberal structures, once those structures are severed from their commitment to universality and consensus.
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