Universal Healthcare Was Unthinkable in America, but Not Any More

Adam Gaffney from PNHP examines the history of universal healthcare and his hope that the Democrats do not repeat mistakes from the past. He recognizes the need for a single-payer healthcare system and identifies the answer to be a “fully public national health insurance providing comprehensive, universal coverage to the entire nation.”

Read Universal Healthcare Was Unthinkable in America, but Not Any More by Adam Gaffney, The Guardian

 

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