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Volume 12, Number 2, April 1984

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Misconceptions in the Current Housing Subsidy Debate
pp. 119-144(26)
Author: O'Sullivan, A. J.

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The Politics of Scottish Housing Plans
pp. 145-166(22)
Authors: Midwinter, Arthur; Keating, Michael; Taylor, Peter

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The Perception of Poverty in Northern Ireland
pp. 167-181(15)
Author: Ditch, John

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New Directions for Employment Policy
pp. 183-195(13)
Author: Gould, Arthur

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pp. 197-218(22)

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