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John Stewart

John Stewart is Emeritus Professor of the History of Healthcare at Glasgow Caledonian University. He has written extensively on the history of social welfare, focusing on Britain, Scotland, and New Zealand.

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Richard Titmuss

A Commitment to Welfare

This is the first full-length biography of Richard Titmuss, a pioneer of social policy research and an influential figure in Britain’s post-war welfare debates.

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Taking Stock

Scottish Social Welfare after Devolution

This topical book examines social welfare in Scotland since devolution. In particular, it focuses on the politics of welfare during and after the devolution process; poverty and inequality; and the two single most important powers devolved to the Edinburgh Parliament, education and health. It is the first work to attempt such a synthesis.

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