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The Full Employment Economy
 

The Full Employment Economy

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This is a marathon epic effort with many slides, partly due to animations. This cartoon shows the utter futility of employment programmes for patients in the old NHS asylums in the UK. It wasn't jobs ...

This is a marathon epic effort with many slides, partly due to animations. This cartoon shows the utter futility of employment programmes for patients in the old NHS asylums in the UK. It wasn't jobs to help patients going into the community, it was jobs for those running the system that kept patients without hope of independence, never to escape the system themselves or to get a real job. This was my personal experience.

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      • THE
      • FULL EMPLOYMENT
      • ECONOMY
      • NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 2011
      • Andrew Presents
      • An Andrew Production
      • THE FULL EMPLOYMENT ECONOMY
      • Sometime Around
      • 1980 in
      • Hellingly NHS
      • Mental Hospital
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      • Later It’s Bedtime
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      • After Breakfast
      • The Next Day...
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      • It’s Friday Afternoon
      • At The IT Unit :-
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      • The Following
      • Monday Morning
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      • Off To See The Nurse -
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      • Next Up It’s
      • Passing Out Time
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      • Onto The Specialist
      • Assessments
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      • Three Days Later...
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      • After 20 Minutes:
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      • On To The Office
      • And Clerical Assessment
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      • After The Injection,
      • On To Pay Parade
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      • After Several Weeks
      • Assessment The
      • Outcome Is Decided
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      • The Next Day
      • At The Jobcentre
      • In Sevenoaks
      • High Street
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      • Back At The Depot
      • After A Day’s Deliveries
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      • The Other Driver
      • Returns From Deliveries
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      • A Couple Of
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      • They Do It,
      • And At A Company
      • Meal At Christmas
      • In Bexley...
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      • So, On To
      • Hertfordshire
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      • The Serious Business
      • Of Training Begins
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      • There Are Appointments
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      • And More Instruction
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      • There Is Home
      • Leave On A
      • British Rail
      • Travel Warrant
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      • At The End Of The
      • Weekend, Back To
      • Letchworth Skillcentre
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      • Back To The
      • Typewriter Mechanics
      • Training
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      • The Weeks Turn Into
      • Months And Ray’s
      • Mental Health Deteriorates-
      • But At Least He’s
      • Not On Injections
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      • Some Things
      • Are Not Quite
      • So Good
      • Ray becomes convinced
      • that the Skillcentre is
      • a home for former British
      • servicemen from Northern
      • Ireland and that the IRA are
      • lurking nearby.
      • Becoming more and more
      • isolated, Ray, as an amputee, writes to General Sir Stuart Pringle, who has lost a leg in an IRA car bomb, to express sympathy.
      • Ray experiments...
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      • A Few Hours Later:
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      • Everywhere There Is
      • A Hightened Sense
      • Of Danger
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      • If Any Issues Have
      • Affected You, Make
      • A Song, A Story, A Poem –
      • Whatever.
      • Contact Address:
      • [email_address]
      • THE END