Why Healthcare Became Political

From Blue Cross to Medicare, the effort to insure America

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In 1929, Baylor Hospital was struggling. With a growing list of unpaid invoices and delinquent accounts, the hospital system found itself one step from receivership. Things looked bleak.

Enter a public school teacher, turned lawyer, and former superintendent of The Dallas Independent…

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