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A powerful polemic on social inequality in Britain today.,
This review is from: Injustice: Why Social Inequality Persists (Hardcover)
Danny Dorling, a professor of human geography at Sheffield University has written a well-researched and hard-hitting book indicting both New Labour and the Conservative Party for the Victorian levels of social inequality existent in Britain today.
Dorling argues convincingly that the growing gap between rich and poor is caused by elitism, exclusion, prejudice, greed and despair. 'Injustice: Why Social Inequality Persists' should be compulsory reading for all those politicians advocating draconian cuts in public spending and deserves to be as widely read as another recent important book on inequality, 'The Spirit Level'(see my review).