America's Social Revolution

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Britain suffers from apparently intractable social problems: crime, family breakdown, welfare dependency and educational failure. None of our political parties appears to have any idea of how to break into these cycles of anti-social behaviour and low achievement. Healthy debate, moreover, has been hampered by our "culture wars", the deep divisions that now exist over moral and social values and over where the boundaries should be drawn between public policy and private lives. Although the United States suffers from very ...

America's Social Revolution 2001, Civitas:Institute for the Study of Civil Society, London

ISBN-13: 9781903386156

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