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Dietary advice and agency in North America and Britain
Nicos Kefalas

circulation of a petition to stop nuclear testing and because he wrote a popular book called No More War! (1958). 60 This forced him to leave the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), where he had worked for nearly forty-two years, to become a research professor at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara, California. 61 Pauling also faced hostility from within the American Chemical Society due to his choice to use the status he had

in Balancing the self
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George Campbell Gosling

to what we might term class differentiation . Class differentiation The inclusion of middle-class patients fell far short of heralding the advent of some version of social democratic citizenship in the hospital wards. As early as the 1870s, Burdett sought to legitimise middle-class treatment by separating it from that for the sick poor. He proposed separate private hospitals, beds or wards, operating on a commercial basis

in Payment and philanthropy in British healthcare, 1918–48
Duncan Wilson

corrective to the present autonomy and internal politicking of the scientific community’.24 Dixon also sought to reassure scientists by dwelling on the possible benefits of ‘greater democracy in decision-making about science and technology’.25 He predicted that while ‘some research projects would probably be killed, and rightly so’, another consequence ‘of a wider public debate might be to demand more science, not less’.26 Dixon argued that exposing 68 The making of British bioethics science to ‘wider democratic influence’ would increase public confidence by ensuring

in The making of British bioethics