Conclusion
in The English System
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The conclusion explores the present ramifications of the issues and debates highlighted in the book. By looking at current policies relating to immigrant tuberculosis screening and the preventive measures in place for the possible arrival of avian flu and other emerging infections, the conclusion argues that the questions and problems that beset the central actors in the period covered by this book remain unresolved.

The English System

Quarantine, immigration and the making of a Port Sanitary zone

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