Book Discussion on Is the Welfare State Justified?
Daniel Shapiro talked about his book Is the Welfare State Justified? (Cambridge University Press; July 9, 2007). In the book he examines… read more
Daniel Shapiro talked about his book Is the Welfare State Justified? (Cambridge University Press; July 9, 2007). In the book he examines the values and principles of the people who support welfare institutions and decides that those people should realistically be supporting other methods such as free market solutions.
He was interviewed on the C-SPAN Bus at West Virginia University. The date of the interview is not known. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Shapiro, Daniel Associate Professor West Virginia University->Philosophy Department
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