Social Welfare and Political Stability in the Twenty-First Century Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Social Welfare and Political Stability in the Twenty-First Century
A look at the relationship between concepts of social justice and political justice.
# 34194 | 1,400 words | 4 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 21, 2003 in Political Science (Political Theory) , Sociology (Welfare)


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This essay will argue that an integral component of this revision is the reconsideration of the relationship between concepts of social justice and political justice. In a time when social democratic parties - the creators of the welfare state in the mid-twentieth century - are the leaders in the deconstruction of that same vision of social justice, it is necessary to reexamine the imperatives underlying the welfare state. This essay will argue that the idea of a social safety net is a prerequisite for the continuing health of democracy in the West. The continued unravelling of this net by programs such as workfare present the prospect of increased social inequality, and eventual political instability, in the decades to come.

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