Beyond the Dependency Culture: People, Power and Responsibility in the 21st Century (Praeger Studies on the 21st Century)

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Beyond the Dependency Culture Explores what emerging postmodern worldviews could mean for politics, work, welfare, health, and other aspects of the human predicament today.

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"A good overview and summation of Robertson's ahead-of-the-pack thinking."-Future Survey

?A good overview and summation of Robertson's ahead-of-the-pack thinking.?-Future Survey

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JAMES ROBERTSON was, from 1953 to 1965, a British government policymaker. In 1960, he travelled with British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan on the historic Wind of Change tour in Africa. After three years in management consultancy and systems analysis, he set up and led an inter-bank research organization. Between 1965 and 1973 he took part in various inquiries on the organization of British government and on London's future as a world financial center. Since 1973 he has worked independently as a writer and thinker on alternative futures and economic and social change. His earlier books include The Sane Alternative, Future Work, and Future Wealth (1990).

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