On this Portside, Burt dicusses the roots of the health insurance reform debate with UMass economics professor Richard Wolff, who argues the trend has been our govenrment answering to big money interests more and more. Yet he believes the Blue Dogs might still be turned to listen to the people. Wolff also argues that national health is cheaper and better for private enterprise.

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