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In each case a major institutional sector has removed society from the specific
purpose for which that sector was created and technically instrumented.
Iatrogenesis cannot be understood unless it is seen as the specifically medical ...
... and Totalitarianism: Lesson from Chile," New England Journal of Medicine 291
(1974): 171-7; Vicente Navarro, "What Does Chile Mean? An Analysis of Events
in the Health Sector Before, During, and After Allende's Administration," Milbank ...
Drawn or pushed into town, they squat on the margins of the steel-and-petroleum
sector, where they build a provisional economy with scraps of waste that can
serve as building blocks for self-made shacks. Their exposure to extreme famine
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