Why Universal Health Care from Birth Is a Bedrock Right for Any Civilized Society

It’s better late than never to enact this progressive goal begun in FDR’s presidency.

It is well past time that we make Medicare for All a reality. It should have been enacted decades ago.

On July 2, 1932, Franklin Roosevelt, in his speech accepting the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, “pledge[d]… a new deal for the American people.” He proclaimed, “Let us now and here highly resolve to resume the country’s interrupted march along the path of real...

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