"Danny Dorling consistently works to subject the myths that sustain inequality and injustice to the test of patient inquiry. In the political struggles that lie ahead of us we need a social science that does not reproduce the assumptions of the privileged and the powerful. We need, in other words, to read Danny Dorling." --Dan Hind, author of The Return of the Public and The Threat to Reason
"A good read ... The variety of interests covered by this book make it interesting for the general reader." ---Significance, March 2012.
"A store of brain stimulants to dip into. Dorling turns his serious research into engaging prose, consistently questioning the ways of our world." ---Ludi Simpson, University of Manchester.
'In this book Daniel Dorling has brought together fifty-two of his academic papers, newspaper articles, magazine articles, and unpublished essays, to create a nicely structured and really quite devastating critique of our unequal society: devastating because so carefully researched.' ---Citizen's Income Newsletter.