The American Medicare for All Conundrum

The New York Times is now calling Medicare for All what it always was, a divisive, undoable, and ultimately unpopular proposal that might very well cost the Democrats the election in 2020. Study after study has documented that the versions of Medicare For All proposed by various Democratic candidates are very unpopular with a majority of the voters, and are especially unpopular among swing voters, and particular swing…

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Alan is a poet, journalist, short story writer, editor, website developer, and political activist. He is the executive editor of BindleSnitch.com.

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Alan is a poet, journalist, short story writer, editor, website developer, and political activist. He is the executive editor of BindleSnitch.com.

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