Henry Giroux Research
Over the years UK social policies gradually changed to the detriment of the chronically ill and disabled community who are unfit to work, due to the ongoing influence of corporate America with social policy reforms of successive UK administrations; which academic research suggests dates back to the close political bond between Mrs Thatcher and President Reagan. MS research identified the adoption of neoliberal politics since the Thatcher administration(s), and the unacceptable influence of corporate America with the UK social policy reforms since 1992, which created preventable harm for many of those in greatest need.
Professor Henry Giroux is a distinguished academic and is Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest at the McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. His challenge to the impact of neoliberal politics, to the detriment of those in greatest need, is very significant and is a natural support to MS research:
“In the neoliberal world view, those who are poor, unemployed, poor consumers, or outside the reach of the market in search of insatiable profits are considered losers, disposable, unknowable, and human waste.”
Published in September 2016, Cash Not Care: the planned demolition of the UK welfare state is the research evidence the Coalition government tried to suppress, now in a book the Conservative government(s) hope no-one will notice.
Whilst the entire British press have been silenced, and refuse to offer the public access to the influence of corporate America with UK social policy reforms since 1992, Cash Not Care is now in the libraries of universities in the UK and in Australia, and is recommended reading for various social policy courses. The research evidence in the book is being used to educate social policy academics of the future.
New Generation Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-78507-783-8 (A4 pbk)
ISBN: 978 -1-78507-785-2 (eBook)
This A4 referenced text is available to order online
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