Slow march to single payer

William Voegeli, author of Never Enough, interviewed today at Uncommon Knowledge, about the (no-so-anymore) hidden agenda:

The contradictions of our healthcare system were not resolved but in a way accentuated by the health care reform act passed in 2010.  Our health care system is still a “house divided against itself that cannot stand.”  It’s partly centralized command and control, partly market based, (and) every question that has been put off has been put off in a way that is hoped to make Medicare for all or a public option the inevitable response 5, 10, 15 years from now.

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