Originally published in 1931, this book explores the history of health and social evolution in the UK, including chapters on how England learned to control disease, the contribution of the eighteenth century, and the coming of democracy.
Table of Contents
1. How England Learned to Control Disease. 2. The Contribution of the Eighteenth Century. 3. Health Problems of the Modern Period. 4. The Coming of Democracy and the New Spirit. 5. Modern Collective Humanism at Work. 6. Gains and Losses in National Health.