Sep 26, 2022

Substack Post #6, "CMS and the Masquerade of Equality" (September 26th)

 
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David Introcaso, Ph.D.
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Is at: https://substack.com/inbox/post/75107864

It opens with: In summarizing Professor Jedediah Purdy’s recent book, Two Cheers for Politics, The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik recently wrote, “He [Purdy] is angry at the elites who supervise the bureaucratic capitalist state on behalf of their overlords while keeping up an elaborate masquerade of equality of opportunity.”   “Keeping up the masquerade of equality” accurately defines CMS’s continuing pretense to value or prioritize health equity.