For the past forty years, Leonard Davis has been a powerful voice in the field of social work. He has written many books about his studies in social work, as well as his experiences of poverty and exploitation in the Philippines and the Far East. This is the autobiography of an influential figure in the social services who has amassed a wealth of experience and insight not only into his chosen field of expertise, but also into the state and future of the human condition. In this book, Dr Davis indicates his life's milestones and moving towards the end of the millennium offers his views on issues he considers to be of the greatest importance, for instance, abortion, religion, politics and death. The events in the epilogue are, from his standpoint, moving his life towards an inappropriate conclusion - a finale that he finds hard to bear.
|Publication Date:||1st January 1999|
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