>> The main "good" it provides is a negative one, that of keeping
 >> homelessness and starvation to a low enough level to prevent
 >> political instability.

 > This of course presumes that the welfare state reduces homelessness
 > and starvation rather than encouraging it.

In politics the appearance is usually more important than the reality.

Anton Sherwood, http://www.ogre.nu/


While I, too, fully agree (statements and inuendos) ... I'd like to challenge the 
Armchair list for objective data showing the welfare state reducing homelessness, or 
increasing it, or not.

I don't think there are any good studies with good conclusions.

Tom Grey

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