A Social State in Russia: Twenty Years Later

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The article is devoted to the implementation of the welfare state principles in modern Russian politics. The author argues that the theoretical and practical attempts in the context of the economic crisis aimed at getting rid of the welfare state institutions contradict the Russian Constitution and may therefore cause adverse effects in politics as well as society. The article emphasizes the value of the welfare state in the formation of the new social ideal.

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L N Kochetkova

Moscow Technical University of Radioengineering, Electronics and Automation (MSTU MIREA)

Email: kochetkova-ludmila15@yandex.ru
Chair of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Science

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