- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- one Case Con and radical social work in the 1970s: the impatient revolutionaries
- two The best and worst of times: reflections on the impact of radicalism on British social work education in the 1970s
- three Social work and women's oppression today
- four The jester's joke
- five LGBT oppression, sexualities and radical social work today
- six Radical social work and service users: a crucial connection
- seven Why class (still) matters
- eight International social work or social work internationalism? Radical social work in global perspective
- nine Rediscovering radicalism and humanity in social work
- ten Re-gilding the ghetto: community work and community development in 21st-century Britain
- eleven Resisting the EasyCare model: building a more radical, community-based, anti-authoritarian social work for the future
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