Author(s): James Bartholomew
A fully updated edition of a controversial book suggesting that Britain's welfare state, including National Health Service, social security, education, pensions, and housing, has caused tens of thousands of people to live deprived and even depraved lives, and has undermined the very decency that first inspired it.
James Bartholomew is an author and journalist. He is currently working on a new book about the welfare states of the world and how they are changing the way that people live and behave. He lives in London.