Cultural Policy: A Short Guide
This is a personal analysis of the ingredients that should go into a good cultural policy. It reflects on the reasons why government needs to be concerned with culture, suggests basic rules for building policy, and sets out the arguments likely to be encountered in the process. It is designed to provide a starting point for anybody coming to the subject afresh, and a useful reminder of the issues for those dealing with cultural policy on a regular basis.
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