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By Paul Feldman;Corinna Lotz

ISBN-10: 0952345412

ISBN-13: 9780952345411

Feldman P., et al. an international to win.. a coarse advisor to destiny with out international capitalism (Lupus Books, 2004)(ISBN 0952345412)

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A 2003 Home Office report, Hidden Harm, calculated that as many as 300,000 children in England and Wales have at least one parent who is a drug addict. At the same time, nearly half of all social services departments have been found to be failing to adequately safeguard vulnerable children and in some inner city areas vacancy rates for social workers are running at 40-50%. An indication of extreme levels of personal crisis was revealed by the drugs and treatment assessment body, the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE).

Widespread accounting irregularities were reported, and Arthur Andersen, one of the Big Five accounting firms, went out of business after its criminal conviction on obstruction of justice 42 A World to Win charges regarding the Enron investigation. The growth of inequality A key feature of capitalist-driven globalisation is rising inequality between rich and poor countries, a polarisation within the major capitalist countries themselves and the ruthless exploitation of workers in poorer countries.

This alienation of caring and caretaking labour has always had extremely negative effects… Because caring work is often valued at zero by the economy, with the growing emphasis on ‘economic efficiency’ we are today getting less and less of it. Health care, child care, elder care, even the sense of caring and community that we used to associate with going to the corner store or coffee shop, are systematically being squeezed out of our lives so they can be provided in the most efficient, antiseptic, functional way possible – at least until the social costs grow so high that they spill over and force their way into the economy, in the form of delinquency, crime, homelessness, mental illness, and social malaise.

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