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 Taylor Report 
 The Story of Medicare in Canada
 Gary Engler
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
Phil interviews Gary Engler about his novel, "The Year We Became Us," a book that merges the Cuban 'missile crisis' with the story of Canadian health care.

1962 was a pivotal for Canada. Most people don't know about the doctors strike, which could have prevented the emergence of socialized medicine.

A Koch-style U.S. campaign outspent medicare proponents 2-1. It was only the mobilization of unions, community groups, and church organizations that allowed this definitive Canadian institution to exist.
The Year We Became Us:

 Interview with Gary Engler Download Program Podcast
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00:26:27 English 2012-12-17
 Toronto, Ontario
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