Republicans and centrist Democrats love to pour money into more and more wars. But when it comes to providing public health care for the soldiers they put in harm’s way, they try to privatize and starve vets’ programs. We have to stop them.
Suzanne Gordon is the author of several books about health care and patient safety, including Nursing Against the Odds. She is an editor at Cornell ILR Press.
How a troubled army recruit from a privileged background became an angry advocate for veterans health care privatization.
The nurses' strike in Vermont has ended. Their target was a health care model that systematically endangers patients.
Taking a page from the charter school lobby’s playbook, profiteers and ideologues are trying to dismantle America’s best health care system, the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A former student of Paul de Man reflects on her mentor’s impenetrable ideas and duplicitous life.
The troublesome question of aging.