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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Matthew Hilton; James McKay
|Description:||XI, 188 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. The Ages of Voluntarism: an Introduction ; 2. Voluntarism and the Impact of the First World War ; 3. Associational Voluntarism in Interwar Britain ; 4. Labour, Charity and Voluntary Action: the Myth of Hostility ; 5. Civil Society, Class and Locality: Tenant Groups in Post-War Britain ; 6. Professionalisationk New Social Movements and Voluntary Action in the 1960s and 1970s ; 7. Faith, Charity and Citizenship: Christianity, Volunarism and the State in the 1980s ; 8. Voluntary Action, New Labour and the 'Third Sector'|
|Responsibility:||edited by Matthew Hilton and James McKay.|
Entirely sensible, engaging and robust, The Ages of Voluntarism is recommended to anyone interested in the history and politics of volunatrism, doubly so for policy makers concerned with voluntary