Progressive approach to health care should engage in movement politics
The culture of hostility and indifference toward politics is unhealthy.
The national debate presents an opportunity to reexamine University health care.
The unfortunate aspect of posing the problem of health care reform in terms of governmental vs. libertarian responses, as Ari Allyn-Feuer does in his October 30 column “Reform in a Regulated Market,” is that it neglects the specifically social aspect.
Government should not involve itself in health care administration.
Campus health care activists should shift their focus toward the bigger picture.
Snowe’s vote for health care bill adds a necessary bipartisan element.