Defend Our NHS York Campaigner Quoted in Times Literary Supplement

“The aftermath of the Second World War saw a moment of political emancipation in Britain. A population, already united in a life and death struggle over five years, maintained the momentum of battle and a sense of social solidarity to establish the Welfare State. For the first time in history, the well-being of the whole population became the explicit concern of the State, through the will of the people.”

End of the NHS?

 

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One Response to Defend Our NHS York Campaigner Quoted in Times Literary Supplement

  1. One of the characteristics of this conversion of the health service is the failure of debate on the issues by politicians and their refractoriness to every public remonstration.

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