Socialist Health Service?
“More than any other creation of the post-war Labour Government the National Health Service has been regarded with veneration and satisfaction by those on the left. And indeed, confronted with the vicious medical anarchy which prevails in the United States, no generous person can fail to regard with . . .” read more
Health in a Sick Society
“When we talk about health in society today, we consider its death-rate or the life-span of its members. When we talk about the provision of health we talk about it as a social service—something which can be added to a community if there are sufficient facilities, hospitals, drugs, . . .” read more