The third in our series of publications, After the Welfare State, explains the history and motivations of the modern welfare state, examines its current crisis, explains how it is used as an immoral tool of state control and subjection, and proposes possible alternatives for providing mutual aid in a world after government imposed welfare programs have run their course.




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AFTER THE WELFARE STATE

The third in our series of publications, After the Welfare State, explains the history and motivations of the modern welfare state, examines its current crisis, explains how it is used as an immoral tool of state control and subjection, and proposes possible alternatives for providing mutual aid in a world after government imposed welfare programs have run their course.




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After The Welfare State



“Young people today are being robbed. Of their rights. Of their freedom. Of their dignity. Of their futures. The culprits? My generation and our predecessors, who either created or failed to stop the world straddling engine of theft, degradation, manipulation, and social control we call the welfare state.”
– Tom G. Palmer

The concise book features a collection of essays from a variety of authors and disciplines. The readings show that this is not merely an American or European problem, but one faced by young people across the world.

A sample of the material includes:
- Castles in the Air (chapter 2 of Financial Fiasco) by Johan Norberg
- Mutual Aid for Social Welfare: The Case of American Fraternal Societies by Dr. David Bieto
- Reinventing Civil Society: The Evolution of Mutual Aid by Dr. David Green
- The Greek Welfare State by Dr. Takis Michas
- Classical Liberalism, Poverty, and Morality by Dr. Tom G. Palmer