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Architecture and the Welfare State
Ellen Shoshkes
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The editors of Architecture and the Welfare State claim that despite great interest among architectural historians about architecture during the second half of the twentieth century on the one hand, and studies “within political sociology” examining the postwar welfare state as an international phenomenon on the other, “little attention has been given to the varied ways in which architecture and urban planning interacted with the different regimes of welfare provision.” The aim of this book is to fill this gap in the literature.

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