Professor of history at the University of Chicago Gabriel Winant explores the origins of problems with the United States’ health care system that rose to the fore during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas once were America’s manufacturing hub. Its steel mills provided security for thousands of blue-collar workers and their families. When this industry collapsed, another arose: medical and social care.
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Assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago Gabriel Winant focuses on the social structures of inequality in modern American capitalism.
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