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eBook The Welfare State: Pensions, Health, and Education: Volume 6 (Collected Works of Arthur Seldon, The) epub
  • ISBN: 0865975477
  • Author: Arthur Seldon
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Liberty Fund Inc.; New Edition edition (August 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • ePUB size: 1759 kb
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Volume 6 of The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon examines the failure of state-supported welfare programs to benefit the people most in need of help. The eight articles and one book in this volume encompass almost forty years of criticism of the welfare state. Seldon argues that the welfare state cannot, in the long run, solve the problem of poverty. It is driven by misguided egalitarian views which make it universalist, providing benefits for the middle classes as well as the poor. Arthur Seldon has been writing on classical liberal economics since the 1930s, when he was a student at the London School of Economics during Friedrich Hayek’s time there.

The Welfare State: Pensions, Health, And Education, Vol 6 (Collected Works of Arthur Seldon). The Welfare State: Pensions, Health, And Education, Vol 6 (Collected Works of Arthur Seldon). The eight articles, and one book in this volume argue that the welfare state cannot, solve the problem of poverty and once free welfare services start, they are difficult to stop.

Series: Collected Works of Arthur Seldon, The (Book 7). Paperback: 335 pages.

The eight articles and one book in this volume encompass almost forty years of criticism of the welfare state.

ed. and with Introductions by Colin Robinson (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2004-5).

He is the father of political author Anthony Seldon. Arthur Seldon was born Abraham Margolis in the East End of London to Masha and Pinhas Margolis. They came to Britain from Kiev fleeing the anti-semitic pogroms in 1903 or 1904. The eight articles and one book in this volume encompass almost forty years of criticism of the welfare state

Volume 6 of The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon examines the failure of state-supported welfare programs to benefit the people most in need of help. Because it finances welfare through taxation, it damages incentives to work. Moreover it diminishes motivations.

INGLES- Seldon, vol. 6 The Welfare State Pensions, Health, and . 6 The Welfare State Pensions, Health, and Education. Murray Newton Rothbard, The Panic of 1819 Von Mises and Friedrich Hayek are all the products of Arthur Seldons intellectual dynamism. When the intellectual, and political, histories of the twentieth century are written, his significance for his age and for the future will be fully recognised. The state has retuned its engines of expansion into state education, state medicine, state housing (through local government), state pensions, and state social insurance since the Second World War and earlier.

Volume 6 of The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon examines the failure of state-supported welfare programs to benefit the people most in need of help. The eight articles and one book in this volume encompass almost forty years of criticism of the welfare state. Seldon argues that the welfare state cannot, in the long run, solve the problem of poverty. It is driven by misguided egalitarian views which make it universalist, providing benefits for the middle classes as well as the poor. Because it finances welfare through taxation, it damages incentives to work. Moreover it diminishes motivations to save and to provide for one’s family as the state appears to take over such responsibilities. Once “free” welfare services are begun they are very difficult to stop. But, says Seldon, permanent state welfare is unnecessary: as people’s incomes rise, most are capable of providing for themselves and their families. In the end, people will revolt against inferior state services and the state will have to retreat.

The entire series includes:

Volume 1: The Virtues of Capitalism (September 2004) Volume 2: The State Is Rolling Back (November 2004) Volume 3: Everyman's Dictionary of Economics (January 2005) Volume 4: Introducing Market Forces into "Public" Services (February 2005) Volume 5: Government Failure and Over-Government (May 2005) Volume 6: The Welfare State: Pensions, Health, and Education (October 2005) Volume 7: The IEA, the LSE, and the Influence of Ideas (December 2005)

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