Social problems: Who makes them?
Social problems: Who makes them?

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Social problems: Who makes them?


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Figure 1 (top) Tom Jenkins; (bottom) Peter Marshall/Photofusion; Figure 2 Crispin Hughes/Photofusion; Figure 3 Michael Abrahams/Network; Figure 4 David Hoffman; Figure 5 Neil Libbert/Network; Figure 6 (top) Mo Wilson/Format; (bottom right) Bob Watkins/Photofusion; (bottom left) Hulton-Deutsch Collection; Figure 7 Vaughan Melzer Photography; Figure 8 Harry Venning.

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