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The Welfare State We're in





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The founding of the welfare state in the 1940s has been seen as the crowning achievement of modern British social history. In this controversial book, however, journalist James Bartholomew argues that it has undermined the very decency and kindness that first inspired it, causing thousands of people to live in deprivation and resulting in a generation of badly educated and dependent citizens.

James Bartholomew is a leader writer and columnist for the Daily Telegraph. He lives in London.

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