This book lays the foundation for the "RUSH Amendment", purposing to use
the political process to reestablish freedom of choice in health care for Americans,
reducing the costs of medical care by increasing competition between the many
types of health and medical treatments available, both "mainstream" and "alternative".
It documents the reasons, the arguments, the crimes, and the logic why Americans
need The Rush Amendment. Reviving suppressed medical sciences is the key to
lowering cost and raising the quality of medical care in America!
About the Author:
Born in New York in 1917, Jack Phillips studied chemical engineering at MIT and business
administration at Harvard. Called to active duty in January 1941, Phillips served almost five
years as an Army reserve officer in the ordnance corps, returning home on Victory in the
Pacific Day in 1945. Phillips worked for the Office of Advanced Research and Technology
at NASA. He is founder of the Freedom of Choice in Medical Care Foundation.
Paperback: 280 pages
Publisher: Jack Phillips; First edition (April 19, 2011)