Health and Work Under Capitalism: An International Perspective
Vicente Navarro, Daniel M. Berman
Baywood Publishing Company, 1983 - Medical - 311 pages
Covering such topics as on-the-job dangers, the role of unions in worker protection, and occupational health in both developed and developing countries, this collection of articles demonstrates the negative impact that neglect of citizens' working lives has on pubic health.
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