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Diagnosing U.S. Health Care — and 'Sicko,' Too
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Diagnosing U.S. Health Care — and 'Sicko,' Too

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Diagnosing U.S. Health Care — and 'Sicko,' Too

Diagnosing U.S. Health Care — and 'Sicko,' Too
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Jonathan Oberlander, a political scientist with an expertise in health-care politics and policy, discusses problems with the U.S. health-care system and considers how other countries handle health care. He'll also give us a critique of Michael Moore's documentary Sicko. Oberlander is an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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