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Geography, mutualism and welfare: the geography of British hospital contributory schemes before, during and after (?) the NHS

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This paper explores how an ethos of mutualism formed and was expressed through spatial relationships (agreements about competitive recruitment of subscribers, for example) – it has lessons for the new mutualism beloved of Milburn, Reid etc. It will be based on the book Professor Mohan recently published with Martin Gorsky (Mutualism and health care, Manchester University Press, 2006)

This talk is part of the Department of Geography - Seminars in Cultural and Historical Geography series.

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