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There is no crisis of civic participation: The Big Society risks undermining the integrity of both state and civil society

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David Cameron’s Big Society idea is ambitious but its implications are far from straightforward. David Lewis argues that the government’s attempt to reshape relationships between citizens, state, and market may rapidly become a political liability and burden voluntary groups and charities with responsibilities that they may be unable to deliver on.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/31988/1/blogs.lse.ac.uk-There_is_no_crisis_of_civic_participation_the_Big_Society_risks_undermining_the_integrity_of_both_sta-323751.pdf

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