by Liz Theoharis
Here’s the simple truth of twenty-first-century America: all of us live in a time and in an economic system that values our lives relative to our ability to produce profits for the rich or in the context of the wealth we possess.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Quoctrung Bui and Sarah Kliff
Mr. Sanders is right: All these countries provide universal coverage. But what he doesn’t talk about is the excruciating battle they went through to get there.
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What history tells us is that the system is broken.
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