Economic dislocation is a catalyst of social change. In the second half of the 1980s the fabric of British society may seem sound enough, but unemployment has been over a million for most of the last fifteen years, and over two million for the best part of a decade. Such prolonged, mass unemployment can be expected to disturb the foundations of society and to require some restructuring later.
KeywordsYouth Unemployment Capital Spending Public Service Employment Mass Unemployment Technological Unemployment
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