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National Physicians' Committee for the Extension of Medical Service

Compulsion, the key to collectivism. A treatise on and evidence of attempts to foist on the American people compulsory health insurance, and explanation of the implications involved.

the Committee, Chicago. 1946, 192p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled pictorial wraps, library stamp in blind (no ink) on cover, no other markings; wraps lightly worn with some foxing, a very good example. Argues that compulsory health insurance would put America "under the shadow of serfdom," leading to socialized medicine and a totalitarian state.

Cat.No: 174411

Price: $35.00

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