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How universal health coverage was branded as radical | The Richmond Times-Dispatch

Why, if the U.S. is the outlier, do our public discussions so often frame the international norm of universal coverage as extreme?

As it turns out, this idiosyncratic perspective doesn’t stem from a uniquely American love of freedom. It’s a legacy of special interest campaigns during the first half of the 20th century that successfully branded public health insurance as radical.

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PoliticsBrent Merritt