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  • Title: Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America
  • Author: James Burdick
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  • Page: 463
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Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America

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  1. A decent book on single payer for the record I like the idea but you can tell it was written by a brain surgeon, not a writer It rambles a bit but makes a good case for single payer which if the US was a normal industrialized country we would have had in the 1940s I like the book but I am waiting for treatment by someone who is a little organized in the presentation.