Pargauja Novads Travel on What Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward call The Breaking of the American Social Compact (1997) replicates itself in many national contexts around the world. In this case, as in many others like it, we can recognize the partial undoing of the dyadic schema of the citizen-worker, which received its most formal conceptualization in the work of the British sociologist T. H. Marshall soon after World War II. Marshall (1950) conceived the social rights of citizenship to be intimately connected to the national labor market. Today all workers are citizens, he wrote in 1945. Pargauja Novads Travel 2016.