Medicine in the US is capitalist business, not for health care

Vol. 84/No. 21 - June 1, 2020
Wounded mercenary is treated after capture at defeated U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion, 1961. Even before the revolution, July 26 Movement provided medical care equally to workers, peasants, its own combatants and enemy soldiers. Today health care is freely available to all.

One of the excuses given by the capitalist rulers for their shutdown of production is the need to use their resources to fight COVID-19. But the social crisis working people face today reveals that there is no such thing as…