by Elaine Schwartz • Jan 20, 2010 • 536 Views
Harry Truman proposed (unsuccessfully) what is now called a single -payer plan.
Congressmen Richard Nixon and Jacob Javits supported (unsuccessfully) a government
The Cost of a Single-Payer Healthcare Plan
Nixon’s Pressure Cooker
Hot Spotting Medical Care
How Congress Would Anger Alexander Hamilton
Should Medical School Be Free?
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