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Income security and the quest for dignity in an unequal world

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An increasing number of people are registering dissatisfaction with their lives by engaging in anti-social and self-harming activities. One remedy that is receiving increasing attention is the payment of...

Craig Kennedy: The reality of the transatlantic relationship

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Income security and the quest for dignity in an unequal world

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