Lost causes : the retreat from classical liberalism. --
Imp / Ed.:
Londres, Inglaterra : Biteback Publishing, c2012.
xix, 265 p. : il. ; 22 cm.
Introduction. -- 1. Tackling the predatory State. -- 2. From the NHS to a National Health Insurance System. -- 3. Privatising Universities. -- 4. EMU: putting the cart before the horse. -- 5. Smoke gets in your eyes. -- 6. Will terrorism defeat globalisation?. -- 7. Endangering the war on terror by the war on drugs. -- 8. Banishing the lords of poverty. -- 9. The global-warming scam. -- 10. The great crash of 2008. -- Notes. -- Select bibliography. --
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