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The income support system and the distribution of income in 1987
|Statement||a study commissioned by the House of Commons Social Services Committee, and carried out by the Institute for Fiscal Studies ; [by Paul Johnson and Steven Webb].|
|Series||[H.C.] -- 378-II|
|Contributions||Webb, Steven., Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Social Services Committee., Institute for Fiscal Studies.|
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