I'm Not All Right, Jack

Brogan, Colm
February 1977
National Review;2/4/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p151
The article narrates the problems of the average British citizens through various incidents occurred in Great Britain. The members of Great Britain Parliament are demanding an increase in their salaries. The education system in Great Britain is in poor condition as teaching standards are deteriorating. In Liverpool, a number of pupils appearing for the Ordinary Level of the School Certificate failed even to fail. There are five grades. Grades D and E are failures, but they couldn't even make E. The article further discusses the problems in the area of health and law.


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