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Caring for Equality: A History of Black Health and Healthcare by David McBride, buy book below:  traces African-American health and medical care from the era of slavery to the present. David McBride argues that black American health progress resulted from the steady influence of the health equality ideal—that is, the principle that the health of black Americans could and should be equal to that of whites and other Americans…

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