A political history of health care reform

    Efforts to change and improve our national health care system and the way we pay for it go as far back to the Teddy Roosevelt administration. Princeton professor PAUL STARR joins Marty to explore what these earlier efforts looked like and why they failed. Starr is the author of The Social Transformation of American Medicine. Listen to the mp3

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