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In 1994, Common Courage Press published a book that decried the fact the 35 million people went without health insurance... Bleeding the Patient Dry: The Cost of Corporate Health Care reveals that today the number stands at 44 million-and growing at 1 million a year. Most Americans would prefer a national health program like Canada's, one that not only costs less than ours does, but insures everyone. Why, in a democracy, isn't this an option? Where is the choice? There is none when a multibillion dollar insurance industry promotes managed competition, keeping information from the public and spreading lies about the Canadian system.
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