My book on health care, Don't Get Sick in America, says that with expenditures at $63 billion a year and headed toward an eye-popping $100 billion, this has to be the year for national health insurance. A foreword by Sen. Edward Kennedy emphasizes that this must not be simply an updated insurance program, but a revolution in health care.
He doesn't lose faith in the righteousness of those fighting to preserve Republican Spain, but he becomes deeply disillusioned. He was willing to acknowledge and expose things. The Left regarded it as a betrayal, and many of them just attacked this book.