Show your support for single-payer and PNHP with some fantastic merchandise!
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Everybody In, Nobody Out: A Rebel Without A Pause
Dr. Quentin Young has never been afraid to speak truth to power: as a teenager protesting the murder of unionizing steelworkers; as physician to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; as chairman of medicine at Cook County Hospital; as a witness before the House Un-American Activities Committee; and as a leading advocate for a single-payer health care system.
"This book is the story of a life well and courageously lived. It is an essential for any Chicago book collection." - The Chicago Tribune, January 31, 2014.
5 Buttons: Single Payer is Simple
A package of five 1.5 inch buttons declaring the simplicity of our proposed solution to the healthcare crisis.
5 Buttons: Square logo
A package of 1.5 inch square buttons branded with the PNHP logo.
5 Buttons: I Heart Single Payer (human heart)
A package of five 2.5 inch green buttons that will show where your *heart* is when it comes to healthcare reform.
5 Buttons: Improved Medicare For All
A package of five 2.5 inch blue buttons that will boldly display your support for Improved Medicare for All, branded with the PNHP logo and website.
5 Buttons: Single Payer Is Health Care Equality for All
A package of five 2.5 inch red buttons.
Button package: 6 Single Payer Buttons (one of each)
A package of six buttons each 1.5" or 2.5" containing one of each design currently available.
Tote Bag: Physicians support Single Payer (Blue)
A light weight 100% Cotton Canvas Tote, sized 15" x 16" with handles that are 22" Long. This navy bag printed with light blue ink, makes a declarative statement about the majority of physicians' prefered solution to the healthcare crisis.
Tote Bag: Improved Medicare for All (Red)
A light weight 100% Cotton Canvas Tote, sized 15" x 16" with handles that are 22" Long. This red bag printed with light blue ink, makes a declarative statement about the best approach for healthcare reform.
Bumper stickers package: 4 bumper stickers (one of each)
A group of four 11" x 3" bumper stickers featuring one of each of the four designs currently available.
5 Bumper stickers: I Heart Single Payer (human heart)
A package of five 11" x 3" bumper stickers that will show where your *heart* is when it comes to healthcare reform.
5 Bumper stickers: I Heart Single Payer (stethoscope)
A package of five bumper stickers that will brightly display your physician informed affection for single payer.
5 Bumper stickers: Improved Medicare for All
A package of five 11" x 3" bumper stickers that will boldly display your support for Improved Medicare for All, branded with the PNHP logo and website.
5 Bumper stickers: Single Payer Is Health Care Equality for All
A pack of five 11" x 3" red bumper stickers.
Lapel Pins (set of 2)
Stainless steel, 1.25" x 0.75, die-cut pin bearing the PNHP logo. Perfect for your white coat.
Hijacked: The Road to Single Payer in the Aftermath of Stolen Health Care Reform
"You think the battle for real health care reform is over? John Geyman says 'Not on your life!' And, by the way, your life is what's at stake. This former Republican country doctor and long-time respected scholar, editor, and advocate for reform that puts the patient, not the industry, first, has issued an informed, convincing, and passionate account of why the battle has just begun, and how we, the people, can win."
— Bill Moyers
Do Not Resuscitate: Why the Health Insurance Industry is Dying, and How We Must Replace It
By John Geyman, MD
"Do Not Resuscitate," by PNHP past-president Dr. John Geyman, documents how the private health insurance industry, with its 1,300 insurers, is obsolete, cannot remedy our system's problems and in fact is a major problem in itself.
Health Care Wars
Americans don't have a health care system, they have a free enterprise system beholden to corporate executives, shareholders and investors from the industries that benefit the most from high costs. While pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies and medical product companies profit, taxpayers are getting squeezed at an accelerating rate. To make sense of the system and understand why the health care cost debate is only beginning you have to read the succinct words of one of America's wise men, John Geyman, MD. Regardless of which party controls Washington, Dr. Geyman's words of wisdom will guide us for the foreseeable future.
Health Care Meltdown
By Robert H. LeBow MD and C. Rocky White MD
Almost five years after the original publication of Dr. Lebow's authoritative dissection of America's health care system, the situation has in many ways deteriorated. More Americans lack any health insurance, costs continue to increase faster than income, and increasing complexity is overwhelming everyone involved (2007).