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Social Policy: An Anarchist Response

by Colin Ward

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Social Policy: An Anarchist Approach discusses the way the welfare state destroyed the welfare society, the various ways in which people actively housed themselves and one another before they were passively housed by the authorities, the way in which the provision of water symbolises the provision of all essential services, and concludes with a personal preview of "21st-century anarchism".
 
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A new collection of essays, largely focussing on the history of informal housing movements - squatters and cotters, plotlanders, travellers and settlers - together with water and the gift relationship, and anarchism in the 21st century. As ever, Ward remains a shining example of one placing his anarchism in an everyday, practical context.

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