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Don't Think of a Sick Child: The Logic of the Health Care Debate

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In launching this initiative, the Rockridge Institute is contributing to progressives as they consider and focus their health care message. We have written a thoughtful white paper, as well as talking points, prototype television advertisements, blog posts, op-eds, and other material designed to bring some consistency and honest framing to the cause of health care security. To the many groups and individuals engaged in this cause, it is our hope we will be of some help to your heroic efforts.


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Coming Soon:

  • Ongoing analyses as the debate unfolds
  • Additional videos
  • Sample letters to editors

Media Contact:

Please contact George Lakoff, Glenn W. Smith, or Eric Haas for inquiries about this initiative.

What's Next
While the Rockridge Institute closed in April 2008, the Institute's staff remain committed to fulfilling the progressive vision it advocated and are available for consultations, trainings, and speaking engagements.

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Key Influencers Speak Up
"The Rockridge Institute report on The Logic of the Health Care Debate gives us a refreshing approach to frame the issues and decide among reform alternatives. This is a must-read for all policymakers and everyone involved in the debate over health care, which should include all of us."

John P. Geyman, M.D., Past President, Physicians for a National Health Program

 

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