The Health of Nations: Why Inequality is Harmful to Your Health

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New Press, 2002 - Equality - 232 pages
"The Health of Nations makes an argument for social justice as the necessary vehicle for the betterment of society, including improving the health of our bodies and our body politic. Demonstrates that growing inequality is undermining health, welfare and community life." --Cover.

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