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"¡Dinero para la cruz de la vida!". Tuberculosis, beneficencia y clase obrera en el Madrid de la Restauración

Jorge Molero-Mesa
Historia Social
No. 39 (2001), pp. 31-48
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40340746
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Abstract

En el presente trabajo, se analiza el impacto político e ideológico que tuvieron las enfermedades sociales entre la clase obrera así como sus repercusiones en la llamada "cuestión social" y en el proceso reformista en la España de la Restauración. A través del modelo madrileño, se estudian las resistencias obreras a aceptar los postulados científicos de la Medicina social dentro del sistema asistencial benéfico. Por el contrario, el derecho a la salud aparece formulado, por parte de un sector importante del proletariado, en términos políticos y estrechamente relacionado con las condiciones de vida, lo que justificaría, por sí mismo, el cambio revolucionario del sistema social. /// This paper analyses the political and ideological impact social diseases had among the working class as well as its consequences on the so-called "social question" and the reformist process launched in the Restoration period. Focused on Madrid case, it also analyses workers' resistance to accept the Social Medicine scientific postulates, in the Welfare Charity system context. On the contrary, the right to health was formulated by an important sector of the working class in political terms and closely related with life conditions. This point of view could justify revolutionary changes of the social system.

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