Pantheon (1978)

A psychoanalyst, a professor of comparative literature, a social historian, and the director of the New York Civil Liberties Union analyze and criticize social-policy responses to the needs of such dependent individuals as the handicapped, children, and t.
Keywords Public welfare   Dependency   Benevolence   Power
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