Provocative answers to a long-perplexing question: Why, if the U.S. spends more on health care than any other industrialized country, is our society less healthy?
"This compelling, groundbreaking, and utterly persuasive book has opened my eyes."
"Bradley and Taylor provide a clear account of life in the chasm between health and social services and put forth concrete ideas on how we can do better."
"This book argues compellingly that we may have been looking for solutions in the wrong places for answers to our health care problems."
"This book offers an important reality check about what actually creates health in the United States."
"Startling in its simplicity and power… this book provides crucial insights regarding how to improve the health of us all."
"This book will enlighten and enliven the discourse."