Review: It Began In Old Perlican

After nearly a half-century of medicare, the story of universal health insurance remains little known.There is no single inventor, no drama, no arresting narrative. It is the story of patchwork initiatives that evolved over generations — like the cottage hospitals of Depression-era Newfoundland & Labrador: “We were a poor people.”

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