What does collectivism mean in social policy? What does thinking collectively imply for policy? In this book, Paul Spicker reviews collectivism as a dimension of political discourse. Breaking down his analysis to examine collectivism through substantive, moral, and methodological lenses, he considers a series of arguments for cooperative effort, solidarity, and collective responsibility. Taking a dispassionate and methodical approach, Spicker explores what collectivism means in social policy and what value it offers to the field.