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Controversial Conclusions and Useful Recommendations. The First 25 Years of the Social and Cultural Planning Office
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Controversial Conclusions and Useful Recommendations. The First 25 Years of the Social and Cultural Planning Office

(Paul van Velthoven) The Low Countries - 1999, № 7, pp. 292-294

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The 1960s saw radical social and cultural changes, and the Dutch government felt obliged to respond to them. The Social and Cultural Planning Office was set up in 1973 to do just that, a means to achieving a policy of social equality and 'levelling'. But after 25 years in pursuit of social equality, researchers and politicians are now much more realistic.

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