Medicare for All: No Victory in Sight

As the Trump era draws to a close and yesteryear’s centrist, Joe Biden, takes office, can the Medicare for All movement build the momentum it needs to win?

Sometime in 1993, doctors David Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler traveled down to Washington, DC, for a meeting with then First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. She’d been helming health care reform efforts on Capitol Hill, mastering the ins and outs of policy and soliciting input from every possible expert, with the goal of designing a proposal […]

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