How did it come to be that health care is the largest sector of employment in the United States? And why is health care work so much more precarious and less heavily unionized than the dominant industries of eras past?
Health care workplaces have replaced steel mills and auto plants as the nation’s big employers. But while industrial workers once had mighty unions, hospital workers have struggled by comparison to win representation and good contracts.
Saving Friends: What I’ve Learned from Insufferable Patients
How we conceive of autonomy, goodness, and justice (or their absence) serves as a fulcrum to reimagine the care clinicians offer for patients like...