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The $85 billion tax/welfare churn

12 Apr 2005
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Peter Saunders analyses how the welfare state might be transformed to give ordinary people more control over key areas of their lives which are currently managed for them by the government. Saunders demonstates that, to a large extent, we no longer need the welfare state. Most people could afford to buy most of the services they need if they weren't taxed so highly to pay for the services the government wants them to have.

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2005
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