Air rage: why does flying make us so angry? Science says it’s about class Maia Szalavitz

Michael Marmot is cited in this article which discusses how class inequality is visible in our institutions and in everyday actions.

What’s perhaps most interesting about this data is that it can’t be explained by the blame-the-victim logic often used to dismiss concern about poor people. In their natural habitat, wild baboons don’t drink, smoke, take other drugs or eat junk food – so the differences in health between higher- and lower-ranking animals cannot be caused by the bad habits of the baboon underclass.

Read the full article in the Guardian via this link