2 edition of Radicalism and reality in the National Health Service found in the catalog.
Radicalism and reality in the National Health Service
|Statement||edited by Karen Bloor.|
|Contributions||Bloor, Karen., University of York. Centre for Health Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
Romance of Reality, a book by Leonard E. Read Wednesday, Septem Like Radicalism its meaning in relation to liberalism has become just the opposite of what it once was. The conservative of King John’s time did not believe in the liberal movement but rather wanted to conserve the best of the coercive monarchical government and Author: Leonard E. Read. His radicalism, which seems to have grown with every book he has written, may be rooted, too, in his experience of the National Health Service, in .
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Summary. This article surveys historical writing on the British National Health Service since its inception in Its main focus is on policy-making and organisation and its principal concerns are primary care and the hospital sector, although public health, and psychiatric and geriatric care are briefly by: The years around were a great period of radical ferment.
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