The British Socialist Ill-fare State: An Examination of Its Political, Social, Moral, and Economic Consequences
More than a quarter of a million words in length, this monumental volume investigates and analyzes all the implications of the British Welfare State, drawing upon official statistics and authentic case studies. What results is a sctahing indictment of the Welfare State, and a picutre of a demoralized society which is almost frightening.
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THE CHALLENGE TO INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY
THE NATIONALISED INDUSTRIES
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