L.B.J. Was Wrong About Medicare Concept

An article from the New York Times by Paula Span regarding when L.B.J. signed Medicare into law in 1965 and now almost 50 years later, Dr. Amy Kelley, has amassed disheartening evidence that L.B.J. was wrong. When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare into law in 1965, he noted that its benefits to older Americans were not only medical, but financial: “No longer will illness crush and destroy the savings that they have so carefully put away over a lifetime.” Click on the link below to read more.


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