Vol. 49 Nbr. 11-12, November 2017
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- Kuku: A Love Story.
- The Dialysis Machine: HOW MEDICARE STEERS LOW-INCOME AND MINORITY KIDNEY PATIENTS TOWARD THE HELL OF DIALYSIS--AND KEEPS TWO BIG COMPANIES ROLLING IN PROFITS.
- Mind-Body Connections: HOW FOUR COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA ARE IMPROVING THE LIVES OF PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM BOTH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS AND CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS.
- What J.D. Vance Doesn't Get About Appalachia: A new history shows how Big Coal created a culture of dependence.
- The Hidden Powers of the People's Branch: Passing legislation isn't the only way Congress can check an unruly president.
- Trial in Error: How the economic imperatives of academia and biomedical journals are leading to a flood of junk science.
- Congress Wasn't Always This Awful: A former Senate staffer reminds us of a time when lawmakers actually got stuff done.
- Pen and Tell: The first memoir by an Obama speechwriter adds to a stoned genre while avoiding its usual cynicism.