The Grandeur and Misery of the Social State
|dc.description.abstract||The legal history of the construction of the social state gives an idea of its greatness. But this easy-going sovereign, tolerant to protest and accountable for its subjects’ well-being, seems to be struck by misery today. Exposed to systemic financial risks due to the opening of its commercial borders, it is seeing its resources dwindling and its expenses increasing. Fearful doctors are rushing to its bedside. Some are prescribing one bleeding after another, while others are already drawing ...||*|
|dc.title||The Grandeur and Misery of the Social State||*|
|virtual.oapen_relation_isPublishedBy.publisher_name||Collège de France|
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