The concept of social need is inherent in the idea of social service. Indeed, the history of the social services is, in large part, the story of how society came to recognize the existence of social needs andthen organize itself to meet them. After 1919, the Liberal Party’s election campaign to build ‘homes fit for heroes’ opened up the debate about whether market forces alone could be relied upon to meet the housing objectives of post-war society.
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