ADWhatever the details of other modern industrial nations’ health insurance systems may be, they all offer coverage on more or less equal terms, regardless of employment status.
The union’s excellent health plan, attained through collective bargaining, would be erased if Sanders-style single-payer became law.
Indeed, it’s the only conceivable version of health insurance guaranteed to beat every existing one.
ADAlso hard to imagine is the wider political appeal of “Medicare-for-all-except-a-little-more-for-unions.”Sanders would have been better off sticking to his guns.
ADHis basic insight, though — health insurance should be decoupled from employment — is sound.

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