Class conscious

Martin, Andrew
June 1999
New Statesman;06/21/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4441, p12
Ponders on the act of giving money to beggars in Great Britain. How people view and deal with beggars; Spiritual implications of seeing beggars everywhere.


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