Health Care: Will Democrats Ride the Camel or Horse?

Harrop, Froma
June 2009
Progressive Populist;6/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p6
The author relates the role of Democrats in the health care reform in the U.S. She notes that Democrats have the freedom to design an effective health care program that could bring coverage to everyone and maintain quality of health care. According to the author, Democrats can push through a careful, rational design for health care.


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