Jun 15

Article by Professor Navarro analyzing the impact of social class in shaping the political events in the United States, including the elections of November 2020, published in Monthly Review, June 2021.

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Mar 26

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of this article, published in the International Journal of Health Services, Volume 49.2, pp. 197-203, 2019. It analyzes critically the most recent scientific bibliography on the causes of the growth of mortality and morbidity in the white working class of the United States. The methodology used in these studies, and also the insufficient conceptualization of the variables used (such as social class), limits the understanding of the increment of the “diseases of despair” in that sector of the population. This article emphasizes the need to analyze the evolution of the social classes in the United States, and the political determinants that have changed not only the character and composition of that class, but also the power differentials between this class and other classes in the United States.

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Mar 15

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of this article. It explains what is happening in the United States, showing how social class is a very important category to understand the political developments in the United States, including the last federal elections. It was published in the International Journal of Health Services in March 2021.

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May 11

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of his article, published in Jacobin, May 5th, 2020.

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Jan 15

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of this article. This article shows the relationship between class, race and gender exploitation, showing the need to establish political movements that are united in their opposition to all forms of exploitation. The article demonstrates that the countries that have reduced class, race and gender differentials most significantly are the countries, governed by coalitions of progressive parties historically rooted in the workers’ movements. The absence of such parties explains the enormous race, class and gender differentials in the United States. Published in the International Journal of Health Services, Vol. 50.3, pp. 253–263, 2020.

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Jan 24

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