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Link and Phelan's (1995; 1996) "Fundamental Causes" theory posits that social and economic inequalities in morbidity and mortality have persisted over historical time --- and will continue to persist --- because people with access to more social and economic resources are always better able to avoid health risks (even if the nature of those risks change over time). Despite the prominence of this theory and its inherent challenge to mainstream epidemiological, public health, and social sciencedoi:10.18128/mpc2005-05 fatcat:ftpoo6ipqzfyzf6kccpxtptuu4