Marcia Angell

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The American Prospect

In 2009 Marcia Angell was listed as a Contributing Editor of The American Prospect.[1]

DSA health forum

On October 21, 2009 Boston Democratic Socialists of America and Mass-Care co-sponsored a forum "Health Care Reform 2009:Politics and Paranoia" at 33 Harrison Ave., Boston. Invited speakers were;

  • Rashi Fein, Professor of Medical Economics, Emeritus, at the Harvard Medical School, and author of nine books, including the soon-to-be-published Lessons Learned: Medicine, Economics and Public Policy. A senior staff person on President Kennedy’s Council of Economic Advisors, he helped develop the initial legislation for Medicare
  • Chip Berlet, Senior Analyst at Political Research Associates, where he specializes in researching right-wing hate groups, with occasional forays into the left, such as his recent tangle with the 9- 11 “Truth” movement. He is co-author of Right Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort. Chip has been sued twice by the Lyndon LaRouche cult— and won both times!
  • Marcia Angell, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Medicine at the Harvard Medical School, and formerly Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine.[2]