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Otto von Bismarck, Chancellor of Germany, introduced one of the first welfare systems for the working classes. In human service organizations, administrative and managerial positions often overlap and require skills from both domains, and so it is important to have a clear understanding about what each concept entails. The aim of Social Democracy is to promote a society where social priorities are set in a considered and rational way, with a co-ordinated plan to achieve them.

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Publisher: T-Squared (November 2002)

ISBN: 0954350006

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