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Health Justice Now by Timothy Faust
Aug 06, 2019 | ISBN 9781612197166
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“This book is vital to the fight for health justice in America. As upsetting as much of this book is to read, it soothed me and made me feel less insane and alone in my own efforts to spread the gospel of single-payer, free-at-point-of-use health care. I want to get it in front of every lawmaker, and more importantly in front of every grassroots organizer, as theyweare the people who will make health justice a reality.” —Rob Delaney, co-writer and co-star of Catastrophe

“As our president recently learned, healthcare is complicated, so there’s this misconception that the solutions must be complicated too, and the only way to talk about them is in complex wonkspeak. They aren’t, and it isn’t. It’s about time someone like Timothy Faust, who is every bit as smart as any lanyard-wearing think tanker, lay it out in terms you and me and everyone else tired of getting robbed when they pay their premiums every month can understand.”Dan Riffle, Senior Policy Advisor to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
“This book is a searing indictment of the injustices and dysfunctions of the American healthcare system, but it is much more than that.  It illuminates, lucidly and painfully, how our healthcare system works—or, more often, fails to work.  And it describes how we can move forward to a better future, where healthcare is a social right, not a market commodity.  Health Justice Now should be read by everyone trying to understand our healthcare system, and by everyone fighting to remake it.”Dr. Adam Gaffney, President of Physicians For A National Healthcare Program
“Faust [is] the perfect conduit for this message. . . . An impassioned call to action for anyone who has been sick, who has felt the pain of poor medical care, or who knows the crippling bureaucracy of the insurance industry. Which is to say, it’s a call to action for us all.”—Houston Chronicle

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