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Inequality Reexamined

Amartya Sen - Law - 1995 - 207 pages
In this deft analysis, Amartya Sen argues that the dictum "all men are created equal" serves largely to deflect attention from the fact that we differ in age, gender, talents ...
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The Impact of Inequality: How to Make Sick Societies Healthier

Richard G. Wilkinson - Medical - 2005 - 355 pages
In this book, pioneering social epidemiologist Richard G. Wilkinson shows how inequality affects social relations and wellbeing.
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Right Relationship: Building a Whole Earth Economy

Peter Brown, Geoffrey Garver - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - 2009 - 216 pages
Draws on the Quaker principle of respecting the integrity, resilience, and beauty of communities to present a new economic model that will protect the well-being of the human race.
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Sickness and Wealth: The Corporate Assault on Global Health

Meredith P. Fort, Mary Anne Mercer, Oscar Gish - Business & Economics - 2004 - 237 pages
In this powerful and accessible collection of new essays, international scholars and activists examine how official and corporate actors of globalization-including ...
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Bozo Sapiens: Why to Err is Human

Ellen Kaplan, Michael Kaplan - Philosophy - 2010 - 304 pages
A lighthearted survey of the science of mistakes by the authors of Chances Are reveals how the human race is hard-wired to get things wrong in countless ways, citing such ...
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Eat Here: Reclaiming Homegrown Pleasures in a Global Supermarket

Brian Halweil - Nature - 2004 - 236 pages
An examination of food transportation practices throughout America and the rest of the world evaluates the economic and social costs of eating non-locally produced foods ...
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Jazz: a history of America's music

Geoffrey C. Ward, Ken Burns - History - 2000 - 489 pages
Text and photographs reveal the history of jazz and celebrate the contributions of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, John Coltrane, and other artists.
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