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New World Notes - Class, Health, & Health Care (Part 2 of 2)

11/27/2012 00:00
11/27/2012 12:30

 

This week on New World Notes: radio program #247, November 27, from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m., host Kenneth Dowst replays Part 2 of an interview with health care reformer Dr. Susan Rosenthal, author of Sick and Sicker.

This week she discusses the horrors of life in England during the Industrial Revolution (ca. 1845), the problems with Canada's single-payer healthcare system (though it's still better than the U.S. system), how the profit motive and computers have brought us "assembly-line medicine," and the health-care reforms established in Chile, under Allende, in the 1970s.

This is an "encore presentation," originally broadcast in July 2010.

Susan's book, Sick and Sicker: Essays on Class, Health and Health Care, is available in paperback (from her) or as a "Kindle" electronic book from Amazon.com. For more information on the book--and more by Susan--see her website, www.susanrosenthal.com.

See also the Web site of the International Health Workers for People Over Profit.

New World Notes is produced under the auspices (Latin for "aegis") of WWUH-FM, a community service of the University of Hartford.

You can listen to any installment of New World Notes online or else download it (as an mp3 audio file) for later listening. The show is archived at both A-Infos Radio Project and (from #90 onwards) the Internet Archive. Either link should get you a reverse-chronological listing of available installments. Or browse the show's Web site: Each installment has a page; each page has links to the recorded audio; and a handy table of contents will quickly find the installment you want.

Series overview: Political and social commentary in a variety of genres. Exploring the gap between what we want--and what they're trying to make us settle for.

Coming soon (Tuesday air debut dates shown)

December 4 -- The Censored News

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