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Family, Factory and Philanthropy

Family, Factory and Philanthropy Bharat Bhushan THE institution of the family has for a long time been considered a private domain at the boundaries of which most political criticisms have tended to stop. But this privacy is nothing but a myth. The history of capitalist societies, perhaps more so than that of preceding ones, is replete with examples of conscious and organised attempts by the state and groups of individuals to monitor and modify the activities of families.

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