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Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Regulating the Residuum 2. A Trojan Horse: The concept of the unemployable 3. In Search of the Social Problem Group 4. The Invention of the Problem Family 5. Chasing the Culture of Poverty 6. Sir Keith Joseph and the Cycle of Deprivation 7. Uncovering the Underclass: America 8. Uncovering the Underclass: Britain 9. Social Exclusion and the Labour Governments 10. 'Troubled Families' and the Coalition Government Conclusion Notes Select Bibliography Index
John Welshman is Senior Lecturer in History at Lancaster University, UK.