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By Ben Dupré

ISBN-10: 1848660839

ISBN-13: 9781848660830

At a time of corrosive renowned cynicism and profound foreign unease, the necessity for readability over the basic thoughts of politics hasn't ever been larger: the forces of Terrorism and Fundamentalism endanger our Security, whereas executive responses to it pose a simple probability to Liberty, Democracy and Human rights. Corruption, Spin and a suspect Political tradition arouse public indignation, that is extra irritated by means of an array of Pressure groups and the far-from-disinterested attentions of the Mass media.

In 50 Political rules you really want to Know, Ben Dupré clears away the murk that obscures key techniques that we forget about at our peril.

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1998) Puissances du salariat. Emploi et pro­ tection sociale à la française (Power of the salary. Employment and social protection in France). Paris: La dispute. A. (1993) ‘Policy Paradigms, Social Learning, and the State: The Case of Economic Policymaking in Britain’, Comparative Politics 25(3): 275–96. , Genyes, W. and Martin, C. (1999) L’émergence d’une ‘élite du Welfare’? Sociologie des sommets de l’Etat en interaction. Le cas des politiques de protection maladie et en matière de prestations familiales (1981–1997), (The emergence of a Welfare elite.

In 1997, the socialist Prime Minister, Lionel Jospin, drove selectivity to the extreme by extending the means-test principle to all family benefits; he thereby abandoned the universalism inherent in earlier French family policy and fully converted family policy into social policy (Levy, 1999). 10 However, that radical selectivity lasted only a few months before being abandoned again. Selectivity has always played a role in French family policy, irrespective of the ‘colour’ of incumbent parties and governments.

They will form a social movement or use existing political organizations to fight for expanded childcare services, after-school care for children, labour market rules that allow them to reenter the workforce after leaving to care for children, equal opportunity work rules that prevent discrimination against mothers, and social change that convinces male partners to do more of the housework. When exit costs are very low, when women can easily emigrate to nations with more progressive gender policies, marry liberated foreign men, divorce husbands who don’t do their share of the housework, or opt out of marriage and motherhood entirely with little social pressure, the decline in the number of women available for motherhood and matrimony will be so abrupt that even distracted bureaucrats and politicians will begin to pay attention, figure out what is wrong, and make an effort to remedy the situation.

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