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James Bartholomew at Clare Politics

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James Bartholomew is a freelance journalist and author of The Welfare State We’re In, the controversial best-seller that advocates the abolition of the welfare state. Commended by Milton Friedman, the Nobel prize winning libertarian, as a “devastating critique” of the status quo, Bartholomew’s work challenges the assumptions behind the last half century of domestic policy. His talk to the society is entitled “The Welfare State: a tragic mistake”

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