Thursday, July 14, 2005

The New York Times
June 13, 2005

One Nation, Uninsured
By Paul Krugman

Harry Truman tried to create a national health insurance system.
Public opinion was initially on his side: Jill Quadagno's book "One
Nation, Uninsured" tells us that in 1945, 75 percent of Americans
favored national health insurance. If Truman had succeeded, universal
coverage for everyone, not just the elderly, would today be an
accepted part of the social contract.
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