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171 pages. Softcover. Good condition. PUBLIC POLICY. Do our efforts at help all too often become coercive? What happens when the state assumes the role of a parent? Are there ways by which we can at once protect the rights and yet meet the needs of the dependent? These are questions that are analyzed in this fascinating book by a very unorthodox quartet: a psychoanalyst, a specialist on nineteenth-century English literature, a social historian, and the head of the New York City Civil Liberties Union. (Key Words: Willard Gaylin, Public Policy, Ira Glasser, Benevolence, Steven Marcus, Public Welfare, Power, David Rothman).
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