How politics makes us sick debunks these myths and replaces them with explanations based on evidence danny dorling halford mackinder professor of geography university of oxford uk this important expose charts how neoliberal ideology has undermined the lives of ordinary people not least by damaging public health. How politics makes us sick neoliberal epidemics the authors argue that neoliberal epidemics require a political cure in the form of a revitalised and social democratic welfare state http . How politics makes us sick neoliberal epidemics author life posted on 6 may 2016 27 jan 2019 categories economics health politics wisdom neoliberal politics has made us sick in chapter 1 we examine how health varies internationally among rich countries and the social economic and political reasons for these differences we also . Described by one reviewer as a strident little tome 1 and by another as a well written engaging and mind opening book 2 how politics makes us sick neoliberal epidemics challenges the reader to take a political stance on the effects of inequality in a market society on health the . Since the early 1980s neoliberalism or market fundamentalism has dominated politics and economics across the globe in this important book ted schrecker and clare bambra consider the effects of over three decades of these policies with particular reference to the us and the uk
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