From Thatch to Fire: The History of a Village Fire Brigade

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Political scientists refer to this kind of institutional obstacle as 'veto points'. The official text is the English version of the website. This requires tax reform – widening and expanding the tax base, a new approach to care and a whole new gender regime, a new approach to solidarity with fewer contingencies and more comprehensive payment structures, and a realignment of the state’s role in the provision of services, more universal rights alongside more variety in delivery.

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Publisher: Tysoe Local History Society (July 31, 2000)

ISBN: 0953900401

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