It began as a campaign for
guaranteed universal health care, arguing that the general health of
humanity cannot be guaranteed by corporate ownership of health
resources, or by an individual's ability pay for products and services
relating to personal health and the health of society.
Now, one of our readers has submitted the idea that there are many essential social needs and resources that should not be subjected to the iron cage of free market claptrap.
This button design, just submitted to Stereotype and Society, suggests that the viral campaign must be opened to a wide range of issues and concerns that should no longer be ghettoized as "private matters."
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