For our November Readers' Review: “Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant” by Anne Tyler. As we prepare for holiday gatherings, join Diane and her guests to discuss this master work from the author who has made an art of exploring family love and dysfunction.
Diane and her guests talk about the future of Medicare, in the wake of a report indicating one of the program’s funds will run out of money by 2019.
- Edward Kaleta chairman of the Employers' Coalition on Medicare, and Washington manager for Caterpillar
- Robert Moffit director of the Center for Health Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation
- John Palmer public trustee for the Social Security and Medicare trust funds, and an economist at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University
- Marilyn Moon director of health programs for the American Institutes for Research
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