Book tells history of health care reform through cartoons
Written by James Goodman
Oct 27, 2012
Here's the information on ordering the book:
The Quest for Health Reform: A Satirical History brings together
two American political traditions - editorial cartooning as a medium for
trenchant contemporary commentary and the long-standing effort to
achieve universal national health reform. As early as the nineteenth
century, caricatures and cartoons parodied the leading personalities and
institutions in American politics. This book focuses on national health
reform as told through the vision of popular editorial cartoonists.
Author: Georges C. Benjamin, MD; Theodore M. Brown, PhD; Susan Ladwig, MPH; and Elyse Berkman
Publisher: APHA Press
I'll be picking up a copy of this as I build my collection of comics and cartoon books from Washington.