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A collection of papers produced on aspects of East European and Soviet social policy in 1990, which address issues of social policy as the countries described move from centrally planned to market and capitalist economies. The social costs of the economic changes are addressed in chapters on the social groups at risk. The problems involved in legitimating the emerging social inequalities are described, and the scope for and limitations of an active citizenship involved in the development of new social policies is considered. The diverse social interests emerging and seeking for attention are examined, and some possible future strategies for welfare are considered. The text reports some of the first problems to surface after the old regimes were overthrown.
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