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Unequal Britain

Human Rights as a Route to Social Justice

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Unequal Britain: Human Rights as a Route to Social Justice by Stuart Weir
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'Stuart Weir is the first Englishman since Thomas Paine to understand the word "freedom".' - Greg Palast, author of "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy". Britain is a divided society and inequality is growing every day. In "Unequal Britain", Stuart Weir and his collaborators set out a shocking analysis of a country tearing itself apart. Weir offers a radical blueprint for change. He argues that New Labour's retreat from the welfare state makes a new form of protection for social and economic wellbeing, and proposes a Bill of Rights, guaranteeing economic, social and political rights for everyone.
Release date Australia
February 12th, 2005
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Politico's Publishing Ltd
Pages
256
Dimensions
130x190x27
ISBN-13
9781842750919
Product ID
1935432

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