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This cycle pointed towards progressively including more people within the mainstream of society through the vehicle of social policy. In turn social policy itself would become a mainstream service, as excluded sectors would cease to exist. The LatinAmerican countries had focused primarily on the classical services (initial education, health, and pensions), but we have argued that labour markets are a necessary element in a similar strategy for educational ‘after-life’. Accordingly, the challenge to constituting mainstreams today would be to integrate the social services more closely with labour markets, without the latter merely dictating the former as services that sweep up excluded people that labour markets produce.
The selective focus on self-management leaves unresolved the trans-firm freedom of workers. This includes some of the key problems of social equality implicit in the value-domain that underlies most self-management theory. Issues that are not considered include the possibility of large pay differentials between firms, an individual’s effective property right over his/her skills, the effects of dismissal and mobility on human resources and on developmental freedom, and the question of who should bear the cost of investment risk-taking.
36 It is also possible that within the same broad category of citizens’ rights (for example, those associated with employment) different types (as opposed to degrees) of social citizenship have developed, depending on the constellation of factors in particular cases. In the recent democratization literature, the evolutionary thesis can be identified in the guise of four supportive assumptions. The first refers to the supposition that political democratization is a process that occurred originally (or normally) ‘from below’.