Israeli economic and social policies are turning a growing number of people into a burden, a surplus cost that can be saved by withdrawing benefits and tightening up welfare criteria. These people are branded as work-shy, cheats and parasites. Against this background, it is clear that even though the National Program for the Prevention of Suicide meets a critical need, it is also emblematic of the government’s cynicism. By Yossi Loss (Translated from Hebrew by Orna Meir-Stacey, edited by Amy Asher) In his first book, published in 1952 in two different editions and under two different titles (Utopia 14 and…Read More...
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