Making Welfare Work: Reconstructing Welfare for the Millennium

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"Frank Field's "Making Welfare Work" is a clear example of the British Labor Party's understanding of Third Way political thought. A member of Parliament, Field provides the reader with a plethora of practical reasons why the British polity must take on the challenges of welfare reform....Indeed, the book's main strength is its philosophical dimension."

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"Frank Field's "Making Welfare Work" is a clear example of the British Labor Party's understanding of Third Way political thought. A member of Parliament, Field provides the reader with a plethora of practical reasons why the British polity must take on the challenges of welfare reform....Indeed, the book's main strength is its philosophical dimension."

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"Frank Field's Making Welfare Work is a clear example of the British Labor Party's understanding of Third Way political thought. A member of Parliament, Field provides the reader with a plethora of practical reasons why the British polity must take on the challenges of welfare reform....Indeed, the book's main strength is its philosophical dimension."

- Perspectives on Political Science



-Frank Field's Making Welfare Work is a clear example of the British Labor Party's understanding of Third Way political thought. A member of Parliament, Field provides the reader with a plethora of practical reasons why the British polity must take on the challenges of welfare reform....Indeed, the book's main strength is its philosophical dimension.-

- Perspectives on Political Science

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Frank Field has been the Labour Member of the Parliament for Birkenhead since 1979. He has been a front-bench spokesman on education and social security, chairman of the Commons Social Services Select Committee and is currently the chairman of the Social Security Select Committee. His recent publications include Losing Out: The Emergence of Britain's Underclass and An Agenda for Britain.

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