6 edition of Creating the welfare state in urban France, 1880-1940 found in the catalog.
Creating the welfare state in urban France, 1880-1940
Timothy B. Smith
|Statement||Timothy B. Smith.|
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|Pagination||viii, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
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Creating the Welfare State in France, By Timothy B. Smith (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, viii plus pp.). Timothy Smith's main thesis is simple and significant: "ByFrance was well on its way towards building national health and welfare social services," and the major reforms that marked the years after the Second World War.
Creating the Welfare State in France, (review) Article in Journal of Social History 38(3) January with 16 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Creating the 1880-1940 book State in France, [Timothy B.
Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Creating the Welfare State in France, Cited by: Smith shows that France's most important social legislation to date - providing medical insurance, maternity benefits, modest pensions, and disability benefits to millions of people - was passed in (and amended and put into practice in ).
This law, misrepresented in textbooks as being an utter failure, covered over 50 percent of the. Creating the Welfare State in France, Book Description: Smith shows that France's most important social legislation to date - providing medical insurance, maternity benefits, modest pensions, and disability benefits to millions of people - was passed in (and amended and put into practice in ).
The literary works include, "Creating the Welfare State in France, ," by Timothy B. Smith, "A Social Laboratory for Modern France: The MusÃ©e 1880-1940 book and the Rise of the Welfare State," by Janet R.
Horne, and "Origins of the French Welfare State: The Struggle for Social Reform in France, ," by Paul V. Dutton. Jacob Hacker, The Divided Welfare State: The Battle over Public and Private Benefits in the United States () Stuart Brandes, American Welfare Capitalism, – () Hugh Heclo, Modern Social Politics in Britain and Sweden () Jacoby, Modern Manors: Welfare Capitalism since the New Deal ().
France also offers sober contrasts between the therapeutic approach adopted in France today and the more repressive approach to juvenile delinquency in the United States.
Creating the Welfare State in France, – acknowledges recent scholarship on France’s early institution of maternal and infant welfare and its less well-known. Creating the Welfare State in France, The political impulses and rhetoric that lay behind the institution of policy are themes that run through this thoroughly researched account of the development of French national welfare systems, particularly in Lyon and Paris.
In Creating the Welfare State in France, Timothy Smith argues that although post-World War II politicians have attempted to take credit for the creation of welfare state, the social Author: Donnacha Seán Lucey. Creating the Welfare State in France, The political impulses and rhetoric that lay behind the institution of policy are themes that run through this thoroughly researched account of the development of French national welfare systems, particularly in Pages: > Creating the Welfare State in France, Smith, Timothy B.
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$85 (hardcover), ISBN:. He is the author of State-Making and Labor Movements. The United States and France, (), Reigniting the Labor Movement (), and numerous articles on the labor history of the United States and Europe, the evolution of economic thought, and slavery in the Americas.
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History features substantive articles, research notes, review essays, and book reviews that combine the study of history, spanning all geographical areas and periods, Creating the Welfare State in France, – Rachel G. Fuchs. This is an innovative study of how race and empire transformed French republican citizenship in the early Third Republic.
Elizabeth Heath integrates the histories of the wine-producing department of Aude and the sugar-producing colony of Guadeloupe to reveal the ways in which empire was integral to the Third Republic's ability to stabilize a republican regime that began Cited by: 2.The history of Poles in the United States dates to the American Colonial have lived in present-day United States territories for over years—since There are 10 million Americans of Polish descent in the U.S.
today, making it the largest diaspora of Poles in the world. Polish Americans have always been the largest group of Slavic origin in the United States.It explains how common scholarly and popular narratives about “neoliberalism” have resulted in inadequate attention being paid to the emergence of new kinds of welfare states and introduces the idea of a politics of distribution as an alternative analytical framework.