Books by Dave Lindorff

Released: Jan. 15, 1992

"An urgent warning to pay attention to what's happening to our health-care system and to take action before it's too late."
Here, investigative journalist Lindorff (The New York Times, L.A.'s KCET-TV, etc.) foresees a brave new medical world in which control over health care passes ``from the local doctor and community—and from government—into the hands of corporate executives.'' With the appearance of Medicare in 1965, the money to be made in health care skyrocketed, and business was quick to respond—but today, Lindorff points out, our health-care system is in crisis. Read full book review >