2 edition of four Irish policies found in the catalog.
four Irish policies
Raleigh, Thomas Sir
Written in English
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List of figures, tables and boxes Abbreviations Notes on authors Acknowledgements Introduction Introducing social policy About this book A brief outline of the book Part I: Approaching Irish social policy: from the past to the present One From the seventeenth century to the early twentieth century: the emergency of social policy in Ireland Section one: Early social policy.
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