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Murray Sabrin's New Book on Escaping Medical Fascism

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09/10/2021Jeff DeistMurray Sabrin

On the heels of Biden's vaccine mandate announcement, Dr. Murray Sabrin joins the show to discuss his new book on escaping the state's medical fascism. Universal Medical Care from Conception to End of Life lays out the sobering reality of our unsustainable "health care" system. It explains the ruinous policies which changed doctors from respected guardians of patients to functionaries for government and third party insurance companies—and the unsustainability of our current path. But the book also shows us the way out. The model for market medicine is simple enough: patients pay cash for basic services, have high-deductible catastrophic insurance for emergencies (priced according to actuarial realities), while charitable hospitals and clinics serve the truly poor and indigent.

Heroic entrepreneurial doctors already operate in this cash-only marketplace, and Sabrin's book gives us a road map for delivering better and cheaper medical care to millions of Americans.

Additional Resources

Watch the Mises Institute's Medical Freedom Summit held in June:

Order Dr. Sabrin's fascinating new book:


Contact Jeff Deist

Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute. He previously worked as chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, and as an attorney for private equity clients. Contact: email; Twitter.

Contact Murray Sabrin

Murray Sabrin is professor of finance at Ramapo College and the author of Why the Federal Reserve Sucks and Tax Free 2000: The Rebirth of American Liberty. He blogs at and other sites, including He wrote and produced the documentary, The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of Boom and Bust. He is currently working on a documentary about the income tax. Dr. Sabrin is president and co-founder of Inversquare LLC, manufacturer and distributor of Conger LH, the world's first Lubrihibitor.

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